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ACEDS Los Angeles Chapter 2021 Kickoff: As We Emerge from Our Caves

May 6 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join the ACEDS Los Angeles Chapter for a discussion on AI

During this discussion, Joy Murao and Joshua Walker will cover “On Legal AI” (link to book) and three clear use cases that you can apply today: AI advanced methods for Litigation, Government and Transactions.

We will also be issuing a practical challenge for each of us to accomplish over the next 12-18 months.

Join us later this month to meet the author, Joshua Walker:

Save the Date: Thursday, May 20th 4:30pm

Location: Downtown Los Angeles – Hybrid and In person Cocktail Hour (Outside with limited capacity)

Speakers:

Joshua Walker is the author of “On Legal AI” (Fastcase / Full Court Press, summer 2019). With over 20 years of experience in this and allied fields, as well as over 15 as an IP attorney, he is seeking to deploy the next next generation of advanced legal solutions.

Walker is also a co-founder of CodeX, as well as Lex Machina. For the latter, he led the successful spin off from Stanford Law School, serving as founding CEO and Chief Legal Architect. He received his A.B. from Harvard College and his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School.

Joy is a recognized industry-wide leader in the litigation support industry. Since its inception in 2013, PAR has excelled at providing legal technology training, eDiscovery consulting, legal staffing, project management, and law practice technology development. Before embarking on her journey as an entrepreneur, Joy’s twenty-four years of Big Law & In-house Corporate legal department experience has given her ample opportunity to develop new strategies, technologies, and services in various practice areas for some of the largest global clients and projects in the world. Joy continues to share her knowledge and experiences as the founder of the ACEDS Los Angeles Chapter, her appointment to the executive committee of the California Lawyers Association Law Practice Management and Technology Section, and her previous role as the Southwest regional director of Women in eDiscovery.