|09:00||Introduction to AI & Law (David Halliwell, Pinsent Masons)|
|09:30||Tutorial: A gentle introduction to Machine Learning (ML) (Isabel Sassoon, Department of Informatics, King's College London)|
|09:55||Tutorial: A gentle introduction to Natural Language Processing (NLP) (Qi Hao, Department of Informatics, King's College London)|
|10:30||NLP & ML in practice demonstration: Brainspace (David Nichols, Brainspace)|
|11:05||NLP & ML in practice demonstration: Neota Logic (Richard Seabrook, Neota Logic)|
|11:40||Hands-on demonstration: KIRA (Alexander Hudek, Kira)|
|13:30||Invited talk: AI & Law Research|
|14:00||Invited talk: Problems in the legal domain that could benefit from the application of AI and Law research (Milos Kresojevic, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer)|
|15:30||Short presentations on academic research with prospective applications|
|15:30||Discussion: Matching problems and solutions, and the challenges involved|
The International Conference on AI and Law (ICAIL)
The Workshop in AI and Legal practice is organised as part of the 16th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Law (ICAIL). ICAIL is the primary international conference addressing research in AI and Law, and has been organized biennially since 1987 under the auspices of the International Association for Artificial Intelligence and Law (IAAIL). ICAIL provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest research results and practical applications; it fosters interdisciplinary and international collaboration. The conference proceedings are published by ACM.
- Nick West, Mishcon de Reya
- Jeroen Keppens, King's College London
- Katie Atkinson, University of Liverpool
- Trevor Bench-Capon, University of Liverpool
- Karl Branting, MITRE Corporation
- Marc Lauritsen, Capstone Practice Systems and Legal Systematics
- Anna Ronkainen, TrademarkNow
- Tom van Engers, University of Amsterdam
- Bart Verheij, University of Groningen
The workshop will be held on the Strand campus of King's College London. King's is in the heart of London's legal district on the banks of the Thames, a stone's throw away from The Royal Courts of Justice and the Temple area. It is within walking distance of many of the cultural highlights that make London an exciting conference/workshop location.
To register, please visit http://www.conftool.net/icail2017/. Attendees of the full conference can choose to attend this workshop. To register for this workshop only, without attending the rest of the conference, opt for a one-day registration on Monday and select the AI and Legal Practice Workshop. Full-conference and Monday registrations include coffee breaks, lunch and the conference reception on Monday evening. For more information, please read the conference registration page.