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California Bar Exploring Opportunities To Deploy AI

The agency is examining how artificial intelligence could help it review misconduct complaints and administer the bar exam. The State Bar of California has started wading into the artificial intelligence waters. The agency is exploring ways AI could help bolster the efficiency of its attorney discipline system and assist with administering the bar exam. The…

Regulation Tomorrow: What Happens When Technology is Faster than the Law?

In an age of constant, complex and disruptive technological innovation, knowing what, when, and how to structure regulatory interventions has become more difficult. Regulators find themselves in a situation where they believe they must opt for either reckless action (regulation without sufficient facts) or paralysis (doing nothing). Inevitably in such a case, caution tends to…

Singapore protocol adds non-regulatory approach to tackle inappropriate conduct in court

Following an increase in lapses of courtesy and inappropriate conduct in court, a new protocol for providing judicial feedback was introduced on 1 September 2016. It seeks to plug the gap between taking no action and making a formal disciplinary complaint. In this article, Thio Shen Yi, Senior Counsel, President of the Law Society, explained the…