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Campbell Law Review Symposium: ‘The Impending AI Revolution in the Legal Profession’

March 21 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Photo of poster featuring a robot in a courtroom with details about the symposium

The Campbell Law Review will host its 2024 Symposium, “The Impending AI Revolution in the Legal Profession,” from 5 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, March 21, at the Jiddi Space & Courtyard in Downtown Raleigh.

The event will include a social hour, a seated dinner, an incredible panel of industry experts and a Q&A session. Experts include Campbell Law Professor Suzanna Geiser, Angela P. Doughty, Diane Littlejohn, Dr. Edgar Lobaton, Geoff MacLeay, Catherine Sanders Reach, Jill Rothstein and John Sieman. Registration is open to students, faculty/staff and public registrants.

The panel discussion will explore the nature of artificial intelligence, its applications in the legal field and the anticipated transformations it may bring to the legal landscape, according to the event organizers. Leading the conversation will be an impressive panel of industry experts, scholars, practitioners and policymakers.

The Symposium offers two hours of CLE credit from the North Carolina Bar for North Carolina attorneys and is open to the public.

Signups for the event are limited and end March 6 at this link:

For more information, contact Emily Hatem ’24 at emhatem0918@email.campbell.eduand/or Emily Sullivan ’24 at


March 21
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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