The Legal Apps Competition, presented by Cornell Tech, Cornell Law School, Littler and Neota Logic will showcase the future of law, as students compete to leverage AI for the benefit of legal service clients using the Neota Logic software development toolset.
For the past semester, teams of students from JD, LLM, and MBA programs have participated in the Cornell Law School course, Delivering Legal Services Through Technology, taught by adjunct professors Scott Rechtschaffen (Chief Knowledge Officer at Littler), Kevin Mulcahy (Vice President of Education & Community Programs at Neota Logic) and Max Paterson (Senior Director of Client Success at Neota Logic).
The teams will present the apps they have developed to a panel of judges. These rules-based AI apps systematize legal service delivery on these topics:
5:00 pm – Check-in and refreshments
6:00 pm – Program
7:30 pm – Award presentations
Reception to follow