Generative AI, business and the law — with Clifford Chance

Join us on Thursday 7 September 2023 for a hybrid student event with Clifford Chance.

The event explores the impact of generative artificial intelligence on our society, businesses and professionals, including the legal and commercial challenges and opportunities this pioneering technology is generating.

Lawyers from across Clifford Chance’s sector teams and tech practice will share experiences of how generative AI systems like ChatGPT – based on large language models, are changing the way their clients, governments and regulators work. They will also explain their role as lawyers facilitating the process of new technology adoption and give insights into the sort of advice that is required.

The speakers will discuss, too, their career journeys that have led them to this point and reflect on some of the qualities necessary for success.

The speakers

Jonathan Kewley, partner in the Tech//Digital team
Don McCombie, partner in the Intellectual Property (IP) team
Arnav Joshi, senior associate in the Tech//Digital team
Cintia Aguilar Flores, senior associate in the Antitrust team
Adam Hunter, associate in the Tech//Digital team
Ioana Burtea, associate in the Tech//Digital team
Farhan Shahid, associate in the Antitrust team
Lucy Cole, trainee solicitor in the Tech//Digital team

After short talks and a panel discussion, there will be the opportunity to chat with Clifford Chance lawyers, trainees and members of the firm’s graduate recruitment team.

In-person stream: FULLY BOOKED
Virtual stream: FULLY BOOKED

When registering for the event you can select to join us in-person or virtually. Both options will include post-event networking with trainees and members of the graduate recruitment team, allowing you to dive deeper into the themes discussed and to build your Clifford Chance network. Rest assured there is no material difference in terms of content or exposure to our people should you decide to attend in-person or virtually.

Clifford Chance is able to support travel expense costs of up to £50 which must be claimed in-person at the end of each event. Please be aware of this when making a decision as to whether to register virtually or in-person.