Conor Malloy

Conor Malloy

Conor Malloy, a Chicago-Kent College of Law graduate, is the Project Director for the ‘Rentervention’ initiative at the Law Center for Better Housing. Conor is an accomplished legal professional committed to process automation, technology-driven legal practices, and significantly improving access to justice through technology. He has served on the tech regulation committee of the Chicago Bar Foundation, as the Vice Chair of the Illinois Supreme Court’s Committee for Modernizing Service of Process, and now on the Illinois Supreme Court’s Task Force on Generative AI and the Judicial Branch. In 2018, the American Bar Association awarded him the Louis M. Brown Award for Legal Access. He also played a vital role in a chatbot project that won the same award in 2021. In 2023, Conor Malloy received the Fastcase50 award for his innovative contributions to democratizing the law through AI, joined the inaugural AI Innovation Lab at the 1871 Innovation Hub to advance this mission, and saw his project, Rentervention, win the Chicago Innovation Award, marking a year of notable achievements in leveraging technology for legal accessibility.

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Guest Appearances
February 13, 2024

AI for Self-Help and Legal Aid at the Innovations in Technology Conference

Legal tech experts discuss generative AI and its applications for legal services on the latest episode of Talk Justice. The episode was recorded live at LSC’s recent Innovations in Technology Conference (ITC) in...

March 1, 2019

ABA TECHSHOW 2019: Automation Tools for Law Firm Operations

Kimberly Bennett and Conor Malloy talk about how the use of automation tools can help you be more efficient.

July 2, 2018

The AI Edition: Resistance is Futile

Should lawyers be fearful that AI is coming for their jobs? We talk about the ever-evolving, hot-button topic of artificial intelligence and how its impacting the practice of law.