A course to enable legal experts to deal with the new challenges posed by the emergence of cognitive technologies, artificial intelligence and automation in legal practice
The Brussels School of Competition (BSC) is pleased to announce a three-module programme dedicated to the questions raised by the introduction of cognitive technologies and artificial intelligence in legal services.
This study programme is aimed at all legal experts who wish to prepare for and learn about the changes that the legal profession is undergoing.
Taught in English, it comprises three morning sessions. The courses are held at FEB on the following Fridays: 2 June, 23 June and 30 June 2017, from 9 am to 12 noon.
What are the goals of the programme?
The advent of cognitive technologies is modernising the legal profession at a rapid pace. With the improvements in computation power, data availability, and cognitive technologies it is anticipated that many existing jobs in the legal community will likely change or even disappear. At the same time, cognitive technologies are poised to create new activities and occupations for lawyers. Possible examples include: quantitative legal predictor, legal process analyst, legal project manager, ODR practitioner, legal management consultant, legal risk manager.
This set of three modules has the following aims:
With this, we hope to help lawyers transition smoothly into a true 21st century legal profession.
Who should attend the programme?
This programme is aimed at all Belgian or foreign legal experts, regardless of their profession (e.g. lawyers, in house counsels, civil servants, judges, clerks), who – like us – anticipate that the rise of cognitive technology and artificial intelligence is likely to change their future occupation.
- €150, excluding VAT (21%) for one session
- €300, excluding VAT (21%) for two sessions
- €375, excluding VAT (21%) for three sessions
Contact: Huyen Vo | + 32 2 515 09 83 | firstname.lastname@example.org