Haley Morrison Explores How AI May Change the Legal Profession

Attorney Haley Morrison was a panelist at ILTACON’s recent legal technology conference. Haley joined experts on timekeeping, data science, and legal practice management software to discuss how Artificial Intelligence (AI) may change the practice of law. The panelists explored a number of topics, including how AI could reduce administrative burdens, help organize data, enhance accuracy, change the culture of the billable hour, and advance case strategy.  They also discussed the ethics and bias of utilizing AI in a legal context.

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Haley is a partner in Tonkon Torp’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. Her primary focus is employment defense litigation in California and Oregon, in both single plaintiff and class action contexts.