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James Sherer, Emily Fedeles Lead Discussion of Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Community

News / August 15, 2017

Partner James Sherer moderated a panel on “Artificial Intelligence and the Law” on Aug. 11, 2017, as part of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) annual meeting in New York City. Associate Emily Fedeles also took part in the panel discussion, which covered several ways in which “augmented intelligence” and other technology can help attorneys today and in the future. The “New York Law Journal” reported on the discussion and ABA’s Legal Talk Network produced an audio segment, which includes Sherer and Fedeles, on the topic.

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