Location & Start Date
When & Where
- Gain a foundational understanding of AI and its near and long-term applications;
- Learn how to advise clients on the development, acquisition, and use of AI tools and datasets;
- Become familiar with the tools that lawyers use in their practices and have an ethical obligation to understand;
- Discover what can go wrong with AI systems;
- Explore how AI technology intersects with the law, ethics, and policy; and Earn MCLE credit and a certificate of completion.
This interactive online program is designed to maximize opportunities for learning, discussion, and networking.
- Each half-day of programming is comprised of three sessions, which will begin at 8:30 AM and end around 12:30 PM Pacific Time.
- Each session will consist of a 50-minute presentation followed by a 20-minute breakout discussion with the speaker or panelists.
- Breaks are scheduled between each session.
Post Program Webinars
The learning doesn’t stop when the program ends on November 10th. Participants of the Berkeley Law AI Institute will be invited to attend three, specially curated webinars that will take place on a quarterly basis beginning in early 2022.
- Topics: Timely discussions related to AI and the law (exact topics to be determined)
- Format: Webinars with Q&A Schedule: Approximately every three months starting in early 2022 (exact dates to be determined)
- Duration: 60-90 minutes
- Additional Cost: None! These optional webinars are open to all Berkeley Law AI Institute participants
Course Design (2021)
The first day introduces the subject of Artificial Intelligence and explores the topic from a number of perspectives.
The second day explores the vast and growing AI ecosystem, the technology’s disruptive capabilities, how to evaluate AI opportunities, and how to leverage AI to better serve clients/customers and build competitive advantage.
AI Strategy / Implementation in the Legal Profession
Day three focuses on how law firms, in-house legal teams, and other organizations are implementing machine learning and artificial intelligence in their business and service offering.
AI and the Law – Part 1
The final two days focus on AI as it relates to societal, ethical and legal issues.
AI and the Law – Part 2
Post Program Webinars
Participants of the Berkeley Law AI Institute can continue learning about AI and the Law by attending three, invitation-only webinars that will take place in 2022. See the Program Structure description above for more information about this opportunity for continued learning.
Tuition & Discounts
- A group discount is available for organizations that register three or more individuals.
- Cannot combine discounts.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Certificates & MCLE
Certificate of Completion
Speakers (2021 Partial List)
Dr. Ryan Abbott
Prof. of Law and Health Sciences, University of Surrey School of Law; Adjunct Asst. Prof. of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Director of Data Science and AI Strategy at Driven, Inc.
CEO and Co-Founder of LexFusion
Partner and Global Head – Technology Sector, Hogan Lovells
General Counsel of Infoblox; Founder of The Atticus Project
Global Policy Lead for Emerging Technologies at Google
Vice President and Managing Director, Global Advanced Solutions at Epiq
Lecturer at UC Berkeley Law School and Senior Policy Advisor at Stanford Cyber Policy Center
Partner, Baker & McKenzie LLP
UC Berkeley Computer Science PhD student
Co-founder and COO at Robust.AI
Regional Director at the US Patent and Trademark Office
Partner in Intellectual Property, Media, & Technology Group at Hogan Lovells
Human Rights and Social Impact Research Lead at Google
Co-Chair, Post-Grant Proceedings and Partner, Intellectual Property at Fenwick
Senior Vice President, Information Governance & Data Privacy at HaystackID
Lead – Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, Technology Policy at the World Economic Forum
Co-Founder and CEO at ImmunoMind
Partner, Privacy and Cybersecurity at Wilson Sonsini
Assistant General Counsel at Microsoft
Global Artificial Intelligence Lead at PwC
Fellow and Director, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology Life Sciences Project
Executive Director, Berkeley Center For Law & Technology
Managing Partner, Machina Ventures
Group Director at the US Patent and Trademark Office
Lee J. Tiedrich
Partner and co-chair of the firm’s Artificial Intelligence Initiative, Covington & Burling LLP
Partner, Covington & Burling LLP
Counsel at Latham & Watkins
Head, JPMorgan Chase AI Research Professor at Carnegie Mellon University
Co-Founder and CEO of AHEAD Medicine
Attorneys, judges, business leaders, and government and non-profit professionals who want to gain a high-level understanding of how artificial intelligence (AI) works, learn how different types of organizations are using AI to improve efficiency and enhance their products and services, and make sense of the societal, ethical and legal implications of artificial intelligence. No prior experience with, or knowledge of, AI is required!
Participants who complete the program will earn a Certificate of Completion from Berkeley Law Executive Education.
For disability accommodation requests and information, please contact Lily Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please attempt to make your service request with as much advance notice as possible.