Category: AI

Chief Legal Officer’s Point of View: Doing Well and Doing Good

Corporate Pro Bono (CPBO), a global project of Pro Bono Institute (PBI) committed to enhancing in-house pro bono, presented a session at the 2023 Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas this week: Chief Legal Officer’s Point of View: Doing Well and Doing Good. Eve Runyon, President and CEO of PBI, moderated an engaging discussion with Marcus Brown, Executive Vice President & General Counsel of Entergy Corporation, and Hossein Nowbar, Chief Legal Officer of Microsoft Corporation. Entergy and Microsoft both have robust, longstanding pro bono programs. They are signatories to the Corporate Pro Bono Challenge® initiative,

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AI & Pro Bono

By PBI Intern Emily Cardona There is a crisis currently within the American justice system, a crisis in access to justice. Under the current approach, there are not enough lawyers to go around. Reform is needed to make the justice system more accessible. Incorporating artificial intelligence (“AI”) may be at least part of the solution. Recent developments in AI have flooded news outlets since systems like ChatGPT became available to the public. These systems have allowed students and organizations to achieve new levels of productivity and creativity. With this, it is still important to note that these systems have significant

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