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Darla Jackson

TECHSHOW 2023 BOARD

In July 2022 Darla Jackson becomes the Director of the Mabee Legal Information Center at the University of Tulsa College of Law. As a technology enthusiast, her interests include the impact of tech on legal research and legal services delivery, access to justice, and international human rights. She was included in the 2019 Class of the Fastcase 50.

She is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association (OBA) Law Office Management & Technology, Indian Law, and Women in Law Sections. She serves on the OBA Access to Justice and Member Services Committees. She is a member of the Chickasaw Nation Bar and Cherokee Nation Bar Associations.

She is active in the Legal Innovation & Technology Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries and the Native Peoples Law Caucus. She is a member of the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center Board and the Law Practice Division Ethics and Professionalism Committee. She serves the ABA Section on Legal Education & Admission to the Bar as a member of Law School site evaluation teams.

She has experience as a judge advocate in the U.S. Air Force, a Practice Management Advisor for the OBA, and as a legal information professional.

My Sessions

Creating a Certification for Trustworthy AI? If, When & The Future for Legal Professionals & Clients

Grand ML

The lack of substantial government regulation of artificial intelligence creates an environment entailing risks for attorneys and clients utilizing AI tools. Despite technologial competence requirements to keep abreast of changes in the law and its practice, including the risks and benefits associated with technology, many attorneys would find it difficult to identify the risks associated […]

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Realizing Technology’s Potential to Improve Access to Justice

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Is the digital divide the primary barrier to realizing technology’s potential to improve access to justice? According to the Justice Needs and Satisfaction in the United States Report prepared by the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) a very small percentage of respondents who reported not seeking legal information or advice […]

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