We are delighted to be joined by Dr Giulia Gentile for a live webinar on Thursday 16 May 2024 discussing AI & The Future for Lawyers.
Over the course of the hour Dr Giulia will cover:
- The Future of AI i.e: What will legal services and the professions that provide them look like in 5/10 years time? How to prepare for that future and get the best out of AI? AI’s impact on access to justice?
- Case Studies – Examples of how firms are already utilising AI and where this is likely to go next.
Giulia Gentile is Lecturer in Law at Essex Law School. Her research focuses on the promotion of human rights in the digital society and EU constitutional law. She is particularly interested in the use of AI in the legal profession and in justice systems.
She joined Essex Law School in 2023, having previously worked as Fellow at LSE Law School, Teaching Fellow and Postdoctoral Researcher at Maastricht University. She holds a PhD and an LLM from King’s College London, where she also worked as Visiting Lecturer in Law. During her doctoral studies she was awarded research scholarships by the Centre of European Law at King’s College London and the Max Planck Institute of European Procedural Law (Luxembourg). Her PhD thesis won the 2021 European Public Law Organization PhD Thesis Prize.
Giulia held funded positions as visiting scholar at the European University Institute (Florence), the Centre de droit européen of the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris) and the Max Planck Institute of European Procedural Law (Luxembourg). Her research was published in journals such as the Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, the German Law Journal and International and Comparative Law Quarterly. Her academic work was cited, among others, by the UK Parliament, Advocates General at the Court of Justice, the European Banking Authority, the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission and the Slovenian Constitutional Court.
Giulia has provided expert evidence to the UK Parliament on issues concerning the protection of fundamental rights in the UK and digital regulation, and to the European Commission concerning the political rights of the disabled and e-voting procedures.
She has also acted as Project Assistant for the research project ‘Fundamental Constitutional Principles’ funded by the European Law Institute and aimed at formulating fundamental constitutional principles, identifying their content, and providing guidance on their application to public authorities, courts, and citizens. Giulia is a qualified lawyer at the Italian Bar Association and has gained legal experience, among others, at the chambers of Judge Lucia Serena Rossi at the Court of Justice of the European Union and at the M&A Department of Clifford Chance (Milan).
Bookings open now!
CPD: 1 Hour
May 16, 2024
10:30 am - 11:30 am
Venue: Online - Your computer