Neota Logic to Speak at AALL Annual Conference

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Neota Logic to Speak at AALL Annual Conference

New York, NY—July 13, 2017—Ryan McClead, VP, Client Engagement & Strategy,  Neota Logic, will speak at the 110th American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Meeting and Conference, “Forgo the Status Quo,” taking place in Austin, TX. from July 15th to 18th.

The AALL conference allows for law librarians and legal information specialists to attend educational sessions, network, and share best practices on an annual basis.

On July 17th, McClead will join other experts on a panel from 9:45am-12pm called “Deep Dive: How AI Will Transform the Delivery of Legal Services.” Participants will learn about AI as a new technology and its impact on the legal industry and on legal information professionals. Additionally, AI for legal tools and how they impact library services and the value they bring to the practice and business of law will be discussed.

“AI is a new engine for scaling legal services efficiently. It’s important for law librarians and knowledge management leaders to understand the burgeoning landscape of AI for legal and how their works fits into and can benefit from the new world this technology is creating,” said McClead.

Additional information on the Conference can be found here.


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