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Relativity Fest 2019
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LIE309639 - Why Lawyers SHOULD Be Luddites

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Modern parlance holds that the Luddites hated and feared technology—and thus that being a Luddite is bad. That’s incorrect. Luddites didn’t fear technology. They feared what it would bring: replacement of their professional skills and results by vastly cheaper (and poorer) labor. And in that, the Luddites were right. The incredible increases in the power of technology create incredible efficiencies. But technology also creates winners and losers. What can you do to be one of the winners? Following up on last year’s “Will Artificial Intelligence Supplant the Practice of Law?," this session will focus on the practical aspects of how lawyers (and those who work with them) can avoid being replaced by robots. How can you prevent your role from being replaced by the cheapest of labor? What can you do right now to improve your skillset and future-proof your livelihood? What tools are available in e-discovery, contract analytics, research, and other legal areas to improve your own efficiencies to the degree that you can stay relevant? We’ll answer these questions and also look at the behind-the-scenes systems (client intake, timekeeping, invoicing, etc.) that eliminate the massive inefficiencies that destroy productivity for so many.


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Career Development & Leadership, Law in Practice
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In-house Counsel, Litigation Support Professional, Outside Counsel, Paralegal
Legal and Industry Education
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1 hour
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