This year, Vanderbilt Law Library’s Prepare to Practice series will spotlight AI and its impact on legal practice. Invited speakers will include attorneys and tech leaders who will discuss the practical implications of AI, particularly how students can leverage this technology in their future roles, as well as its impact on ethics, intellectual property, data privacy, and legal research techniques.
Greg Lambert is the Chief Knowledge Services Officer at the law firm of Jackson Walker in Houston, Texas, where he oversees operations for the Library, Research, Knowledge Management, RFP, and Conflicts & Intake departments.
Greg is a founding blogger for 3 Geeks and a Law Blog, named one of the best 100 legal blogs in the country by the ABA Journal. He is a co-host of The Geek in Review Podcast. He talks and writes extensively on the topics of law librarianship, competitive intelligence, knowledge management, and the roles that innovation can play on the administrative side of large law firms.
Lunch will be available for attendees. Students may register in advance on AnchorLink: https://anchorlink.vanderbilt.edu/event/9293508
Each semester, Vanderbilt Law Library hosts speakers for the Prepare to Practice series, which is designed to enrich and supplement Vanderbilt law students’ educational and professional experience. By connecting students with practicing attorneys and legal professionals, students gain valuable insight into current practice trends and issues in the profession before they enter into the field for summer or post-graduate work.
More information on the Prepare to Practice series is available here: https://www.library.vanderbilt.edu/law/about/massey/prepare-to-practice/prepare-to-practice/