Navigating the impact of AI

Run Time
18 Minutes
Learning Method
On-Demand Training
Practice Area
Learning and Development
Available Until

Price £120.00



Emily Tearle, Head of Knowledge Management at Travers Smith discusses Navigating the Impact of AI (2024). The focus will be on what those who are responsible for learning and development should be thinking about. Emily looks at specifically at how Learning and Development can help in 4 ways:

  • Ensuring that trainees and lawyers are up to speed on AI and its implications;
  • A lawyers skill set is not diminished withstanding the shift towards using AI for more basic tasks;
  • AI Specialists have a proper understanding of the legal processes that they might be able to improve;

Learning and Development to take advantage of AI in their own work product.

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Viewing this webinar will help solicitors to meet the following requirements set out in the Statement of solicitor competence:

  • A2 - Maintain competence and legal knowledge.
  • A4 - Draw on detailed knowledge/understanding.

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Emily Tearle

Head of Knowledge Management

Travers Smith

Emily has strategic oversight of the firm's intranet and she plays a lead role in relation to firmwide information architecture and governance. She works closely with key stakeholders across the firm, including Risk & Compliance and both the Central and Legal Technology teams, to help deliver a co-ordinated approach to