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Gil Keteltas to Speak on Panel Addressing Use of Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Industry

News / February 27, 2017

Partner Gil Keteltas will speak during a panel discussion at the 2017 District Conference presented by United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island. The conference, titled “The eLawyer Era and the Court – Challenges for the Future,” takes place on March 23, 2017, in Providence, Rhode Island. Keteltas will speak as part of the panel on “The Future of Business of Law - Evolving Technology - Artificial Intelligence (AI),” which will be moderated by Magistrate Judge Patricia Sullivan. Toby Brown, Chief Practice Management Officer at Perkins Coie, is also a panelist.

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