Ken Crutchfield, Vice President & General Manager of Legal Markets at Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S., will moderate a virtual panel – “The Business Case for AI: Justifying Investment in a Future We Don’t Quite Yet Understand,” – at The Legal AI Revolution Part 2.
The panel will be available to stream on Thursday, September 14th, at 9:30 AM CT.
Presented by Inside Practice, a strategic collective utilizing multiple areas of expertise to deliver purpose-driven thought leadership to the legal profession, the virtual event will address the growing need for law firms to invest in AI technologies as both a competitive advantage and a means to improve efficiency while reducing costs.
The panel will also examine the role that competitive pressures and client requirements play in the decision-making process. Crutchfield will be joined for the session by a group of industry leaders that includes David Cunningham, Chief Innovation Officer at Reed Smith; David Wang, Chief Innovation Officer at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati; and Nicole Bradick, Founder and CEO at Theory and Principle.
“AI’s ultimate impact on the legal services industry is still unclear, but we can say for certain that it will have an impact and that early adopters who understand the potential of this technology will have an advantage in the market,” said Crutchfield. “I look forward to joining this exceptional group of panelists to discuss the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for professionals in our industry.”
To register and learn more, visit: The Legal AI Revolution Part 2.
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