The Institute of Law, Technology and Innovation presents:

Frontiers in Law and Technology

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Join us for the first installment of the Frontiers in Law and Technology series to learn about the impact of generative artificial intelligence (AI). With the release of ChatGPT in late 2022, people across the globe have been talking about the impact of AI on all professions, including the legal profession. This conversation between Professor Shawn Bayern and Katya Fisher will explore the technology behind generative AI, including how lawyers might use generative AI in their practice and what kinds of promises and risks the new technology poses. Students will have the opportunity to attend this webinar broadcast in-person at the FSU College of Law.

FSU College of Law is an IAPP Official Training Partner. This course is certified for 1.0 CPE credit through the IAPP. For IAPP certification holders, if you have certification questions, please read the IAPP CPE policy or e-mail


October 27, 2023 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.



Todd McClelland

McDermott Will & Emery LLP

Professor Shawn Bayern is the Larry & Joyce Beltz professor and associate dean for technology at the FSU College of Law, where he has taught since 2009. He writes and teaches on torts, contracts, and business law subjects and has a background in computer science. He is the author of Autonomous Organizations (Cambridge University Press 2021), which shows how lawyers can use modern LLCs to give legal personhood to AIs and other software. Bayern has experimented with AI language models for more than twenty years. Read more about Professor Bayern.