Andrew Shimek Speaking on AI in the Law at Thomson Reuters Law Firm COO & CFO Forum on Oct. 27th

Andrew Shimek Speaking on AI in the Law at Thomson Reuters Law Firm COO & CFO Forum on Oct. 27th

New York, NY—Andrew Shimek, President, COO of Neota Logic, creators of the leading artificial intelligence (AI) platform for legal and compliance, is scheduled to speak at theThomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute 16th Annual Law Firm COO & CFO Forum this week.

This annual, three-day conference in New York  is the premier national summit of top tier law firm officers and their peers. The forum addresses key developments and trends impacting the business of law, and continues its tradition of insightful panels, industry expert discussion and networking opportunities for members of the AmLaw 200. This year’s theme is a 10-year retrospective on legal services from 2007-2017.

Shimek, a legal technology leader for over 20 years, will participate on the panel, “Of Man & Myth: A Decade of Artificial Intelligence in the Law” on Friday, October 27th. The discussion will cover topics like the realities of emergent technology, standards for working with AI in legal–as well as the short and long-term opportunities to leverage the technology. Additional panelists include C-suite executives of top law and legal technology firms.

“I’m thrilled to be involved in this conversation on AI in law,” said Shimek. “There’s tremendous potential for law firms to leverage technology to scale their expertise in a productive, effective way. I look forward to being a part of this panel and discussing ways to get started.”

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