Technology and the Law


Tuesday, April 26, 2022 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.)

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2 h 35 m Substantive
3 h 25 m Professionalism

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  • The Honourable Justice Jill Presser
    Superior Court of Justice
  • Amy SalyzynAssociate Professor, Faculty of Law
    University of Ottawa
  • Carla SwansburgChief Executive Officer

The pandemic had a seismic impact on the way technology is used in the practice of law. Whether these changes will realize promised improvements to courtroom efficiency and improve access to justice or create additional barriers for those already marginalized remains to be seen. And what about the increased risk of cybersecurity attacks that opening the tech door brings? Your fellow practitioners, technology experts, legal app developers, professors, and judges discuss and advise how new and innovative technologies are changing (or will change) the delivery of legal services and the differences these changes make to your practice today.

  • Technology competence in practice: what do you need to know and do? 
  • What challenges arise for legal practitioners through remote work? 
  • How is Artificial Intelligence affecting practice and litigation? 
  • What is the Metaverse and why should you care?


  • Toufic AdlouniCo-founder, Managing DirectorRenno & Co.
  • Aaron GrinhausGrinhaus Law Firm
  • Jacqueline HorvatChair, Technology Task ForceLaw Society of Ontario
  • Tamir IsraelStaff LawyerSamuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC)
  • Sukesh KamraChief Knowledge and Innovation OfficerTorys LLP
  • Cynthia KhooAssociate | Research FellowCenter on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law | Citizen Lab
  • Kathleen KillinGlobal Platform Use Case LeadThomson Reuters
  • Colin LachanceExecutive DirectorLegal Innovation Data Institute
  • Kevin LoManaging DirectorFroese Forensic Partners Ltd.
  • Florian Martin-BariteauAssociate Professor, Faculty of LawUniversity of Ottawa
  • Elena MiddelkampCrown CounselMinistry of the Attorney General
  • Will MorrisonManager, Access to InnovationLaw Society of Ontario
  • Lucy RiccaDirector of Policy and Programs, Center on the Legal ProfessionStanford Law School
  • Amy SalyzynAssociate Professor, Faculty of LawUniversity of Ottawa
  • Dr. Teresa ScassaCanada Research Chair in Information Law and Policy, Faculty of Law Common LawUniversity of Ottawa
  • Julie SobowaleDirector of CommunicationLaw Society of Saskatchewan
  • Juda StrawczynskiDirector, practicePROLawyers' Professional Indemnity Company (LAWPRO®)
  • Carla SwansburgChief Executive OfficerClearyX
  • Noah WaisbergCo-Founder & CEOZuva
  • Madaline ZannesZannes Law

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