Pablo Arredondo is Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer at Casetext, a legal technology company that develops sophisticated research and drafting tools to improve access to legal research and help attorneys practice more efficiently. Pablo’s innovations, including Casetext’s pioneering brief analysis tool, CARA A.I., have been recognized by the World Economic Forum, the American Association of Law Libraries, and the American Bar Association.
In addition to his groundbreaking contributions at Casetext, Pablo is a CodeX Fellow at the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics, where he focuses on civil litigation in common law jurisdictions, with an emphasis on how litigators access and assemble the law. Prior to becoming a trailblazer in legal tech, Pablo was a litigator at Kirkland & Ellis and Quinn Emanuel, where he represented leading technology companies in patent litigation at both the district court and appellate level.
Pablo is a graduate of Stanford Law School and the University of California at Berkeley, and is a member of the New York and California bar.
A significant percentage of those responding to the ABA Legal Tech Survey indicated that they did not know enough about AI to respond to questions about its use. This session will provide information about how attorneys are/may incorporate AI based technology in their practices and the risk and benefits associated with the use of AI […]
This session will explore how recent advances in artificial intelligence (neural nets) and data analytics are being used to improve litigation outcomes. Attendees will learn about the latest breakthroughs and how they can be applied to information retrieval, case assessment and increasingly more complex tasks.