The Algorithmic Engine That Could: How AI is Changing Corporations
Corporations are rapidly changing how they do business, and everything from improving business processes to meeting customer needs has the potential of being touched—and improved—by artificial intelligence systems.
Staying informed of these technological developments, both how they can help companies and where there are limitations, is essential for in-house counsel. How can we be smart in applying artificial intelligence to lead to better outcomes, for employees and customers, both domestically and internationally? What are the ethical considerations and best practices when using new, powerful technology?
This panel will explore the complexities of artificial intelligence systems with a discussion of risk mitigation, ethical issues, and achieving the right mix of machine learning and human input.
Fernando M. Pinguelo, Associate General Counsel, Global Privacy Office – OGC, Willis Towers Watson. Principal, Cyber Jurist™
Daisy Godfrey, Senior Counsel, Group, Digital and Data Protection, Aviva
Ronald J. Hedges, Senior Counsel, Dentons
Carrie Parikh, Chief Privacy Officer, Assistant General Counsel, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
May It Please The Court: Making Sure Your Motions Do! – Moderator: Hon. Edward S. Kiel, U.S. Magistrate Judge, District of New Jersey
Hon. John Michael Vazquez, U.S. District Judge, District of New Jersey
Hon. Leda Dunn Wettre, U.S. Magistrate Judge, District of New Jersey
Hon. John K. Sherwood, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge, District of New Jersey
This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 1.8 hours of total CLE credit. Of these, 0 qualify as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism, and 0 qualify as hours of credit toward certification in civil trial law, criminal trial law, workers compensation law and/or matrimonial law.
IWIRC-NJ and The Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey hosted this virtual event to address the current state of the New Jersey Bankruptcy Court and discuss issues relating to the virtual practice of law. Panelists include:
Presentation of the Hon. Jerome B. Simandle Award to the Hon. Joel B. Rosen: Hon. Freda L. Wolfson
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
Moderator: Edward T. Kole, Esq., Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A., Woodbridge
Speakers Include: Hon. Lois H. Goodman, U.S.M.J., United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, Trenton
Hon. Edward S. Kiel, U.S.M.J., United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, Newark
Hon. Karen M. Williams, U.S.M.J., United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, Camden
Deirdre Cooney, Esq., Judicial Law Clerk to Hon. Lisa A. Firko, J.A.D.
Javon Jennings, Re-Entry Program Participant
Lawrence S. Lustberg, Esq., Gibbons, P.C., Newark
Professor David White, Director, Dispute Resolution Program, Seton Hall Law School
Learn everything you need to know to handle Pro Bono matters in Federal Court, including:
The Essential Tenets for Handling Assigned Pro Bono Cases
The Appointment Process
How to Settle Case
Logistics in Dealing with an Incarcerated Client
Handling a Pro Bono Matter in the Covid World
Benefits of the Re-Entry Program
The POP (Drug) Court: What is it and how can you help?
This program will provide you with a lively and interactive opportunity to learn from respected federal judges and practitioners as they examine the ins and outs of handling a pro bono matter in federal court.
CLE Program General Tuition: $125 CLE Program: Current members of The Association of the Federal Bar Discount: $99
Law Students and Law Clerks: Free
Federal Judges: Free
This program has been approved for: New Jersey CLE – 2.1 credits New York CLE – 2.0 credits professional practice Pennsylvania CLE – 1.5 substantive ($8 fee- separate check payable to NJICLE must be submitted at program end)
The Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey Adopts American Bar Association’s Statement Supporting Judicial Independence
Caldwell, NJ – February 19, 2020 – The Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey (AFBNJ) adopts the American Bar Association’s statement supporting Judicial Independence.
On February 12, 2020, on behalf of the American Bar Association, its President, Judy Perry Martinez, released the following statement:
“The American Bar Association steadfastly supports judicial independence and the sound exercise of prosecutorial discretion. Public officials who personally attack judges or prosecutors can create a perception that the system is serving a political or other purpose rather than the fair administration of justice.
It is incumbent upon public officials and members of the legal profession, whose sworn duty it is to uphold the law, to do everything in their power to preserve the integrity of the justice system.”
The Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey endorses this statement.