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Martin Tully

Martin T. Tully is a partner with the Chicago office of Akerman LLP. He is veteran trial lawyer with...

Sam Whitman

Samuel Whitman is Mayer Brown’s knowledge management leader and is a member of the firm’s working group on artificial...

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Andrew Arruda is a Canadian entrepreneur and lawyer. He is Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of the artificial intelligence...

At this point, it’s not a question of whether artificial intelligence (AI) will affect the legal profession, it’s a question of how. In this On The Road report from ILTACON 2017, host Andrew Arruda talks to Martin Tully and Sam Whitman about how AI will help lawyers sift through vast amounts of information more accurately and quickly. They also discuss how AI will continue to grow and mature in the legal industry.

Martin Tully is a partner with the Chicago office of Akerman LLP. He has written and presented extensively on e-discovery, digital evidence, information governance, and legal technology.

Sam Whitman is Mayer Brown’s knowledge management leader and is a member of the firm’s working group on artificial intelligence.

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Published: September 1, 2017
Podcast: On the Road
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On the Road
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Recorded on the conference floor, "On the Road" includes highlights and interviews from popular legal events.

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