#SenseiSherlock greeted Quinton Callahan, the President-elect of the Harrisonburg Rockingham Bar Association, as Sharon and John spoke to the group about cybersecurity.
“The Perilous Ethical Waters of AI” presented by Sensei’s Sharon Nelson, John Simek, and Fastcase CEO Ed Walters at the College of Law Practice Management’s Futures Conference was featured in Legaltech News in an article entitled, “The Dark Side of AI in Law” by Gabrielle Orum Hernández.
Excerpt: Before artificial intelligence was the legal technology buzzword of the season, it was the stuff of science-fiction nightmares. Stories about artificial intelligence “gone rogue” proliferate in popular culture, from “Terminator” to “I, Robot” to “2001: A Space Odyssey.”
Although these stories are all fictional and most have no basis in reality, significant ethical considerations around AI remain, and perhaps deserve greater space in the conversation around the use of AI in the legal industry. Panelists John Simek and Sharon Nelson, respectively the vice president and president of Sensei Enterprises Inc., and Ed Walters, CEO of legal research company Fastcase, closed out the College of Law Practice Management’s Futures Conference, “Running With the Machines: Artificial Intelligence in the Practice of Law” with a discussion of some of these concerns.
Excerpt: Cyberlaw or Internet law is a term that encapsulates the legal issues related to use of the Internet. It is less a distinct field of law than intellectual property or contract law, as it is a domain covering many areas of law and regulation. Some leading topics include internet access and usage, privacy, freedom of expression, and jurisdiction
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Excerpt: Don’t look now, but the calendar is on the last page of the year. Time is running out: Have you figured out what’s the perfect holiday gift for the lawyer or legal professional in your life? A tie or a briefcase just won’t cut it—what do you do now?
Perhaps this mini travel keyboard that’s the perfect tool for lawyers?
But if you need some other ideas, then look no further. The ABA Journal presents our 2017 Gifts for Lawyers guide, and this year, we’ve put together a mix of fun and even some practical items that any recipient is sure to enjoy.
If tech toys are your thing, Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway of The Digital Edge have their best electronic offerings for the season.
If nothing in this year’s ABA Journal list catches your eye, be sure to check out our gift guides from 2016, 2015, and 2013.
Sharon Nelson and John Simek’s article, “Future-Proofing Your Law Practice” was featured recently in Virginia Lawyer Register. Virginia Lawyer and Virginia Lawyer Register is the official publication of the Virginia State Bar and is distributed to lawyers, judges, general subscribers, law libraries, other state bar associations, and the media.
If you’re looking for the latest and greatest technology to spoil your most beloved tech-nerds this holiday season, look no further than the annual tech toys edition of The Digital Edge. This year, hosts Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway talk about a wide range of products, from doorbells to submarines, to help you brainstorm gift ideas for everyone on your list.
When the Journal launched the first Blawg 100 in 2007, podcasts, Twitter and smartphones as we know them existed. But they were in a nascent stage. (By our second Blawg 100, we were highlighting podcasts and sharing bloggers’ Twitter handles.)
But from now on, other digital media will share the spotlight with legal blogs—and we’re leaving the portal open to highlight new web platforms that are not yet imagined.
Our inaugural year of this feature honors 50 blogs (and adds five more to our Blawg 100 Hall of Fame), as well as 25 law podcasts and 25 tweeters for lawyers to follow. We once again conducted a survey on the state of the legal blogosphere and report the results online.
How did we arrive at this list of 100? During the summer, readers wrote to us to share what they considered the most compelling corners of the web. And this year—in a change from the last decade—judges from outside our staff made contributions and helped us pick the best of the best.”