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AI Unveiled: Legal Implications and Ethical Considerations

April 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Approved by The Florida Bar for 1.0 hour of General CLE credit including 1.0 hour of Ethics CLE credit.


In today’s digital landscape, Artificial Intelligence (AI) stands as a formidable asset for attorneys, offering unprecedented capabilities. However, its integration into the legal space is accompanied by a multitude of social, economic, and legal implications. These considerations are poised to shape the trajectory of AI within our profession and profoundly influence its utilization in our daily practices.

As attorneys, it is incumbent upon us to remain vigilant and anticipate the ramifications of incorporating such technology into our workflows. Our profession stands at a pivotal juncture where staying ahead of the curve is imperative, but so is understanding the nuanced implications of AI. This is critical not only for maintaining ethical standards, but also for safeguarding the interests of our clients.

Join attorney Jordan Turk as she discusses the future of AI and how it will augment legal services, as well as data privacy and IP concerns as the technology grows and expands.


In this CLE webinar, you’ll learn:

• Ethical, social, economic and legal considerations to be aware of in using AI in your law practice
• The current impact of AI on the legal profession
• How AI will influence the future, including the future of the legal profession




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Jordan Turk, Legal Technology Advisor

Jordan Turk is a practicing attorney in Texas, and is also the Legal Technology Advisor at Smokeball. Her family law expertise includes appeals, pre and postnuptial agreements, as well as complex property division and highly contentious custody cases. In addition, Jordan has given CLEs across the country on topics ranging from client relationships to proper trust account management. Jordan graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in Classics, History, and Religious Studies. She then went on to attend the University of Arkansas School of Law to earn her J.D. After almost four years of practice with a high-asset family law firm in Houston, Jordan discovered the world of legal technology which ultimately brought her to Smokeball.

Jordan has authored and co-authored many articles that you can find in various state bar publications and around the internet. Passionate about giving back to her community, Jordan makes a point of taking pro bono cases whenever possible.


April 18
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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