McGill Law Journal Francophone Conference: Artificial Intelligence & its Legal Challenges

20 Nov 2017

The McGill Law Journal hosted a French conference on Artificial Intelligence & its Legal Challenges, which took place on November 20, 2017 at the McGill Faculty of Law.

Panelists, Mr. Eric Lavallée, lawyer and trademark agent at Lavery Avocats, and Ms. Christelle Papineau, student researcher at the Laboratory of Cyberjustice at the Public Law Research Center of the Université de Montréal, discussed current issues and discuss some challenges that arise with advancements in artificial intelligence in the legal world: the current state of legislation, how practice and education are affected and how they adjust. The conference was moderated by Professor Moyse, Director of the Center for Intellectual Property Policy.