AI: Looking at Its Impact on the Legal Profession in 2025 and Beyond


Date: Wednesday, September 04, 2024

Time: 2 PM EST | 11 AM PST

Cost: Complimentary

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The legal profession is on the brink of a transformative era driven by artificial intelligence. Lawyers and corporate counsel face numerous challenges, from managing increasing volumes of data to ensuring compliance with evolving regulations. AI offers powerful solutions but also introduces new complexities and risks.

Join this complimentary webcast to explore how AI is reshaping the legal landscape. Gain insights into the benefits and challenges of AI integration, and discover practical strategies to leverage AI for improved efficiency and client satisfaction.

Register for the webcast and learn about:

  • Enhancing operational efficiency with AI
  • Mitigating risks associated with AI-generated data
  • Ensuring data privacy and intellectual property rights
  • Overcoming biases in AI algorithms
  • Preparing for the future of AI in legal practice

Editorial Presentation: 

Stephanie Wilkins  | Editor-in-Chief | Legaltech News

Stephanie Wilkins is the Editor-in-Chief of Legaltech News at ALM. She has spent the better part of the past decade following the evolution of legal tech and learning how it can help in-house counsel, law firms and others in the legal industry. As a former practicing litigator, she is particularly interested in how legal tech can and should be used in real-life practice and the valuable differences it can make. Stephanie is also keenly interested in shining a light on the ways legal tech is being used to help the greater good.


Brad Blickstein (Moderator) | Principal | Blickstein Group

Brad Blickstein is a legal industry futurist. He has been studying, analyzing and reporting on how legal services are purchased and delivered for more than 30 years. As the creator and publisher of seminal research on trends in law department operations, including the Annual Law Department Operations Survey, and as a co-founder of the industry’s first independent publication focused exclusively on law departments, Brad is widely regarded as the authority in these areas.

Kristel Kurtz | Partner | Cherry Bekaert Advisory LLC

As a Partner at Cherry Bekaert, Kristel is responsible for developing client relationships and delivering client outcomes through corporate and commercial strategy, operating model design, and M&A planning and implementation.

Prior to joining Cherry Bekaert, Kristel had various leadership roles in the professional services and advisory industry. She was a Chief Financial Officer at a non-profit government advisory consultancy, where she led financial planning and controlled the annual operating budget. As a Corporate Strategy Advisor, she has worked directly with CEOs, CFOs, and Sales Presidents, as well as Industrial Conglomerates and Distributors, Med-Device, and world-leading Healthcare Providers.

Kristel brings extensive experience in sales and financial management to her role, which she has gained as a sales leader and CFO with 20+ years of strategy and management consulting. She advises on and leads strategic imperatives such as Market Entry, Sales Force Optimization, Restructuring, and Merger Integrations. She utilizes her expertise to scenario play, communicates with both professionals and clients and implements smart strategic choices.

George Socha | SVP of Brand Awareness | Reveal 

George Socha is responsible for increasing market awareness and adoption of Reveal’s platform globally. Additionally, George is tasked with guiding the product roadmap and consulting with Reveal customers on effective deployment of legal technology. In 2005, he co-founded the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) whose frameworks and content have empowered a generation of legal professionals. He has worked for over three decades as a lawyer, advisor and court-approved expert. George received his JD from Cornell Law School and his BA from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

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