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Best Practices for Research Using AI


This is a virtual event, accessible online and over the phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.


So you’ve got eight hours to become an expert on a random topic? This panel of seasoned litigators will show you tips and tricks to use today’s AI tools to narrow the field for research (without missing critical nuances) and spot issues in related areas to make sure you are answering the right question.

Educational Objectives:

  • Learn how to incorporate legal technology & AI into your daily practice to make yourself the go-to researcher
  • Understand the challenges and risks of using technology assisted research, including the imperative to understand what the algorithm is doing
  • Tips for the vital human check of the AI results and how to understand what you got in the universe of what you could have gotten
  • Improve the way you present your research with tips from a large law senior associate and former federal law clerk 
  • Learn about trends in legal tech investment, usage, and client expectations
  • Get a peek at legal tech expected to launch in the next year, and how you can integrate it into your practice

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Associates at law firms or in-house counsel who would like to pull research in-house, but minimize the time commitment with technology.


Katie Sear
  • Legal Analyst
  • Bloomberg Law

Katie Sear is a Legal Analyst on the Litigation team. She has been at Bloomberg Law since 2014, focusing on litigation and financial enforcement and regulation matters. Prior to joining Bloomberg Law, Katie was a litigation associate at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP. Katie has a BA and a JD from the University of Virginia.

Eleanor Tyler
  • Legal Analyst
  • Bloomberg Law

Eleanor Tyler is a Legal Analyst on the Litigation team, with a focus on antitrust. Previously, she spent seven years reporting for Bloomberg Law's antitrust news desk. Before joining Bloomberg Law in 2010, Eleanor was a litigation associate at a large law firm. She clerked for the Hon. Simeon Lake in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Her JD is from Georgetown University, and she holds an MA in international affairs from Johns Hopkins SAIS.

Esther Kim Chang
  • Senior Associate
  • Morrison Foerster’s Intellectual Property Group

Esther Kim Chang is a senior associate in Morrison Foerster’s Intellectual Property Group. Esther represents high-technology and life sciences companies in trade secret and intellectual property cases and specializes in high-stakes, bet-the-company litigation. She holds a BA from MIT, a master’s degree from UC Berkeley, and a JD from George Washington University.

Continuing Education

1.0 CLE, 1.0 General COA,
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