Law and Technology

Applications of Artificial Intelligence Technologies in Patent Practice:

What You Need To Know + Ethical Considerations

Mar 31, 2021

Live Webinar

Registration Open

MCLE Credit available, including Ethics Credit for Texas Lawyers

Details for connecting to the conference will be sent shortly before the event. Please email Brandon White with any questions.

1:00 pm - 2:40 pm (Central)

Applications of Artificial Intelligence Technologies in Patent Practice:

What You Need To Know + Ethical Considerations

Mar 31, 2021 in Live Webinar

1:00 pm - 2:40 pm (Central)

Registration Open

Credits: MCLE Credit available, including Ethics Credit for Texas Lawyers

Details for connecting to the conference will be sent shortly before the event. Please email Brandon White with any questions.

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Payment must accompany registration. Details for connecting to the conference will be sent shortly before the event. Please email Brandon White with any questions.  ILT Advisory Board members may register tuition-free using the link provided to them. If you have not received the link, please contact Brandon at bwhite@cailaw.org.

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