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TL4 x Keidan Harrison & Serle Court: The AI Revolution for Disputes Practitioners

Location: Serle Court, 6 New Square, Lincolns Inn, London, WC2A 3QS

Serle Court will host an evening panel in chambers on Wednesday, 12th July in collaboration with Keidan Harrison, supported by Thought Leaders titled, "The AI Revolution for Disputes Practitioners" .

With the technological advancements in AI demonstrated by Chat GPT, has AI finally arrived for disputes practitioners? How can it be harnessed to save time getting to the facts? Can AI draft documents? Does it now have the capability of predicting outcomes? Is machine assisted human intelligence a more promising way forward? Where will AI take us over the next 10 years?

Registration will open at 18:00, followed by the panel session, which will begin at 18:30.

David Blayney KC will speak at 18:35 alongside Alex Akin (Keidan Harrison), Eimear McCann and Stephen Dowling SC (TrialView). 

The event will be chaired by Luke Tucker Harrison (Keidan Harrison).

David is both a sought-after commercial barrister and the principal founder of a technology start-up, Associo. David has a commercial and chancery practice with a particular focus on disputes involving complex financial or quantum issues. He is often involved in large commercial matters, where he brings a rigorous and imaginative approach to finding the arguments most likely to prevail. 

For more information and to book your place, please click here.