On April 20, 2023 Webinar “AI in Chinese Courts – A first-hand account” took place.
Webinar was organized by the New Technologies Committee of the European Association of Lawyers (AEA-EAL) with the involvement of the Shenzen Lawyers Association.
The general overview, as well as the moderation of the webinar, was made by Mr. Iain G. Mitchell KC – Barrister and King’s Counsel as well as Chairperson of the New Technologies Committee of the European Association of Lawyers (AEA-EAL)
Presentations were made by: Mrs. Monika Susalko, Mr. Adam Kaczko, Mr. T.J Shen, and Mr. Derrick Lau.
The meeting focused on information regarding Artificial Intelligence tools in the European Legal and Judicial System, as well as on the situation in the United Kingdom. The speakers also made an overview of ethical guidelines for Artificial Intelligence in Europe.
Our invited guests from the Shenzen Lawyers Association represented issues regarding the Application of AI Technology in Legal Proceedings in China, the Basic Legal Landscape, Legal and Compliance risks in China.
Opening remarks of the webinar made Maria Ślązak – President of he European Association of Lawyers (AEA-EAL) and Winston Gao – Chief of the International Committee Shenzhen Lawyers Association.
Maria Ślązak reminded the Memorandum of Understanding signed in Warsaw in 2016 between the National Bar of Attorneys at Law and All China lawyers which brought the possibility of organizing common conferences, seminars, and webinars for the benefit of the legal profession, citizens, and Justice. She also mentioned the Memorandum of Understanding signed between Shenzen Lawyers Association with Gdansk Bar of Attorney at Law in 2017 in Gdansk.
In the closing remarks Magdalena Witkowska – Dean of the Gdańsk Bar of Attorneys-at-Law expressed her readiness to be actively involved in the meetings on a similar topic which should have a continuing character in the near future.
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