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ARTIFICIALINTELLIGENCE:Thinking About Law,Law Practice, and Legal EducationFRIDAY AND SATURDAY,APRIL 26 AND 27, 2019PresentersSchool of LawDean AlderucciDirector of ResearchCenter for AI and Patent AnalysisCarnegie Mellon University917.502.8000alderucci@cmu.eduDean Alderucci is the Director of Research for the Center for AI and Patent Analysis at CarnegieMellon University. His research is directed to patent law and policy, bridging the gap between legalanalysis and AI, and creating new machine learning algorithms tailored to patent law and patentanalysis tasks.He was previously Chief IP Counsel & Chief Operating Officer of the Innovation Division for a globalfinancial services company, and before that Chief Counsel & Senior Vice President of IP Strategy fora business incubator. His background is in computer science, mathematics, and law. He is a fellow ofthe National Academy of Inventors, and is an inventor on over 200 granted U.S. patents.He has also been teaching for over a decade. He has taught graduate courses on “InnovationStrategy,” “Intellectual Property,” and “Natural Language Processing” at Carnegie Mellon University,the University of Chicago, Dartmouth College, and New York University.Dionne E. AnthonVisiting ProfessorWidener University Commonwealth Law School717.541.1955DEanthon@widener.eduDionne Anthon is a Visiting Professor of Legal Methods at Widener University CommonwealthLaw School, coming from Florida International University College of Law where she is an AssistantProfessor in the Legal Skills and Values program.Professor Anthon is an expert in legal research and writing, assessment, and technology, and shehas presented on these topics at many regional and national legal writing conferences. Her areas ofinterest span a broad range, from approaches to helping students improve their legal methods skillsto innovative ways to assess students’ work.(continued)

Presenters(continued)Kevin D. AshleyProfessor of LawUniversity of Pittsburgh School of Law412.648.1495ashley@pitt.eduKevin D. Ashley is an expert on computer modeling of legal reasoning and cyberspace legal issues.In 2002 he was selected as a Fellow of the American Association of Artificial Intelligence “forsignificant contributions in computationally modeling case-based and analogical reasoning in lawand practical ethics.” He has reported his research in conference proceedings of the AmericanAssociation for Artificial Intelligence, the International Association for Artificial Intelligence andLaw, and the Foundation for Legal Knowledge Systems (JURIX). He has also published in journalssuch as Jurimetrics, the International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, and ArtificialIntelligence and Law, the journal of record in the field of AI and Law, of which he is a co-editorin chief. Professor Ashley has been a principal investigator of a number of National ScienceFoundation grants to study reasoning with cases in law and professional ethics. He is also theauthor of Modeling Legal Argument: Reasoning with Cases and Hypotheticals (MIT Press/BradfordBooks, 1990) and of Artificial Intelligence and Legal Analytics: New Tools for Law Practice in theDigital Age (Cambridge University Press, 2017).A former National Science Foundation Presidential Young Investigator, Professor Ashley hasbeen a visiting scientist at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, a Senior Visiting Fellowat the Institute for Advanced Studies of the University of Bologna where he is a frequent visitingprofessor of the Faculty of Law, and a former President of the International Association of ArtificialIntelligence and Law. In addition to his appointment at the School of Law, Professor Ashley isa senior scientist at the Learning Research and Development Center, an adjunct professor ofcomputer science, and a faculty member of the Graduate Program in Intelligent Systems of theUniversity of Pittsburgh.Jamie J. BakerProfessorInterim DirectorTexas Tech University School of Law .Baker@ttu.eduProfessor Jamie Baker is the Interim Director of the Law Library at Texas Tech University Schoolof Law. In addition to coordinating Law Library operations, Professor Baker teaches “Civil Trial:Practice & Litigation Materials” and “Academic Legal Writing.” Professor Baker’s scholarshipprimarily focuses on cognitive computing in the legal research realm. Her recent articles haveappeared in the Law Library Journal and the South Carolina Law Review. Her blog, The GingerLaw Librarian, has been named an ABA Blawg 100, as well as a Top-Ten Blog for InformationProfessionals, and Best of the Legal Blogs by the Internet Legal Researcher. Professor Bakerhas spoken on artificial intelligence impacting legal research at the American Associate of LawSchools Annual Meeting, the South Carolina Law Review Annual Symposium, and the SouthwesternAssociation of Law Schools Annual Meeting, among others.(continued)

Presenters(continued)Dr. David DauseyProvost and Vice Presidentfor Academic AffairsOffice of the ProvostDuquesne University412.396.6054provost@duq.eduDr. David J. Dausey began serving as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs on July 1,2018. Prior to joining Duquesne, Dausey served as provost and executive vice president ofMercyhurst University in Erie, Pennsylvania. He was also a distinguished professor of health policyand management at Carnegie Mellon University, where he served as senior director of healthprograms and initiatives.An internationally recognized epidemiologist, Dausey was appointed a fellow of the AmericanCollege of Epidemiology in 2012 and has directed more than 10 million in externally fundedresearch grants. He has worked closely with international organizations and foundations such asthe World Health Organization, the United Nations, the Global Health and Security Initiative and theRockefeller Foundation. Domestically, he has collaborated with health care organizations in everyregion of the country, including the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the U.S. Department ofHealth and Human Services.Dausey is also an award-winning professor with expertise in distance and experiential learning.Recognition for his teaching excellence includes the Martcia Wade Teaching Award, the AlphaTheta Mentorship Award and the Panhellenic Intrafraternity Council Role Model Award. In additionto authoring books, research papers and articles, Dausey is regularly consulted as a healthexpert by national and international news outlets including CNN, BBC, NPR, USA Today and theWashington Post.A Pittsburgh native, Dausey grew up in Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania. He earned both his master’sdegree and doctoral degree in epidemiology from Yale University. He completed post-graduatetraining in higher education administration at Harvard University.(continued)

Presenters(continued)Randy J. DiamondDirector of Library andTechnology ResourcesProfessor of Legal ResearchUniversity of Missouri School of Law573.882.2935DiamondRJ@missouri.eduProfessor Diamond teaches Advanced Legal Research and Electronic Discovery at the Universityof Missouri School of Law where he has been the law library director since 2006. Prior to becominga law librarian, he was a litigation associate at Thompson Hine in Cleveland, Ohio. In 2010,Professor Diamond created an E-Discovery course to help students begin developing the skills andcompetencies required for this essential aspect of modern litigation practice. Professor Diamondhas spoken at several electronic discovery CLE events and webinars including “BYOD in eDiscovery:Managing Risks and Ensuring Best Practices” for the Knowledge Group in 2017. Next fall he plansto co-teach a new course on Innovation and Technology in the Practice of Law with Dean LyrissaLidsky.Professor Diamond is a Co-Founding Editor of the Legal Information & Technology Journal, anSSRN eJournal. He is also Co-Editor of the University of Missouri School of Law Legal StudiesResearch Paper Series on SSRN. His article “Advancing Public Interest Practitioner Research Skillsin Legal Education,” appeared in the North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology.Tabrez Y. EbrahimAssociate Professor of LawCalifornia Western School of l.comTabrez Ebrahim is an Associate Professor at California Western School of Law, where he writes,teaches, and consults in the areas of patent law, entrepreneurship, and innovation. He is therecipient of a 2018-2019 Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award for teaching and research inpatent law and technology entrepreneurship with King Fahd University of Petroleum and Mineralsin Saudi Arabia. He is also a recipient of the 2019 Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship from theCenter for the Protection of Intellectual Property at Antonin Scalia Law School at George MasonUniversity. Before starting at California Western, Professor Ebrahim was Visiting Research Fellowat Bournemouth University’s Centre for Intellectual Property Policy & Management in Englandand was a patent attorney in Texas. Professor Ebrahim graduated with a B.S. degree in mechanicalengineering (Univ. of Texas at Austin, with High Honors), a M.S. degree in mechanical engineering(Stanford Univ.), JD and MBA degrees (Northwestern University), and a LLM degree (Univ. ofHouston Law Center). He is an inventor on a U.S. patent, and is a licensed attorney in Texas andregistered with the United States Patent & Trademark Office.(continued)

Presenters(continued)Kristi GedidSenior Director, Global Legal Operations, MylanAdjunct Faculty, Paralegal InstituteDuquesne University School of Law412.396.1643gedidk@duq.eduKristi Anne Gedid earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Duquesne University.In addition, Ms. Gedid attended the Duquesne University Paralegal Institute and The WechtInstitute of Forensic Science and Law before entering graduate school.Ms. Gedid has extensive experience in the areas of complex commercial litigation, mergers andacquisitions, private equity and transactional law. Prior to joining a global generic and specialtiespharmaceutical company, where she is the Senior Director of Global Legal Operations, Ms. Gedidworked for two Am Law 100 firms as well as a large Pittsburgh-based bank. Ms. Gedid has aparticular appreciation for understanding the complexities of the intersection of business and lawand enjoys using both her legal and business education and experience on a daily basis.Brian S. Haney, Esq.412.310.2784brian.s.haney44@gmail.comBrian Seamus Haney is a technologist, writer, and lawyer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. BrianSeamus graduated from Notre Dame Law School in May of 2018. While at Notre Dame, BrianSeamus served as a research assistant to Professor Veronica Root, conducting research incompliance and ethics. A lover of technology, Brian Seamus now researches the intersections ofnatural language processing, deep reinforcement learning, and quantum computing with a focustoward developing general intelligence systems.Anna P. HemingwayAssociate Professor of Law andDirector of Legal MethodsWidener University Commonwealth Law School717.541.3960APHemingway@widener.eduAnna Hemingway is an Associate Professor of Law and Director of Legal Methods at WidenerUniversity Commonwealth Law School. Her teaching and scholarship focus on ethics, legaleducation, legal writing, and property law topics. Before teaching, she worked as in-house counseland taught psychology.(continued)

Presenters(continued)Emily Janoski-HaehlenAssociate ProfessorAssociate Dean of Academic Affairs& Institutional ExcellenceDirector, Law LibraryThe University of Akron School of Law330.972.6740ejanoskihaehlen@uakron.eduEmily Janoski-Haehlen is the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs & Institutional Excellence at theUniversity of Akron School of Law. Dean Janoski-Haehlen is also the Director of the Law Libraryand an Associate Professor of Law. She teaches “Technology in Law,” a survey course of legaltechnology skills and tools. She has taught this course since 2012 and is constantly adapting it toinclude emerging legal technologies. She is the Chair-Elect of the AALS Section on Technology,Law and Legal Education and has presented on the topic of legal tech competency at the Akron BarAssociation, SALT teaching conference, ABA Techshow, SEALS, AALL, and AALS annual meeting,the Federal Bar Association, and various regional law library and legal education conferences.She has a J.D. from Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University and an MLS from theUniversity of Kentucky.Dr. Patrick JuolaProfessor of Computer ScienceDuquesne UniversityDepartment of Mathematics and Computer Science412.396.2276juola@mathcs.duq.eduDr. Patrick Juola has been working for more than a decade on new ways to solve humanitiesproblems of practical interest using computers. Most of his work has focused on determining theauthorship of a document via stylometry (the study and measurement of writing style). Using thistechnology, Juola has been able to identify J.K. Rowling’s use of a pen name to write The Cuckoo’sCalling, to testify about judicial misconduct in Chevron Corp. v. Donziger, and to help a refugeeremain in the United States in Federal Immigration Court. Some of the software he has helped tocreate is available for use under an open-source license from www.jgaap.com.The key insight that guides Juola’s research is that there are lots of ways to say or write the samemessage, and people are free to choose from among many different ways to express the sameideas. Frequently-made choices become habits, and habits can be picked up by looking at otherthings a person has said or written, so a piece of writing that shows the same habitual choices islikely to be a piece of writing by the same person. At a broader scale, people who share attributesare likely to make similar choices, and so we can detect choices made by specific groups.Juola received his Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Colorado at Boulder (USA) in1995, then worked for three years as a postdoctoral researcher in the department of experimentalpsychology at Oxford University (UK). Since 1998, he has been working at Duquesne University(Pittsburgh, PA, USA) in the mathematics and computer science department, where he currentlyholds the position of Professor of Computer Science.(continued)

Presenters(continued)Ganes KesariCo-founder and Head of AnalyticsGramener Inc.609.454.5170ganes.kesari@gramener.comGanes Kesari co-founded Gramener (gramener.com), a pioneering Data Science company, wherehe heads Analytics and Innovation. Ganes has advised hundreds of enterprises like E&Y, Deloitte,Novartis, and NGOs such as the Gates Foundation consume their data better through powerfuland engaging data stories. He is passionate about the confluence of machine learning, informationdesign, and business value.Ganes is a passionate writer and speaker, on an endeavor to simplify data science and helpeveryone understand its true potential. He speaks at technology summits, data science conferencesand leading academic institutions. His articles have a wide following and he’s recognized as a topwriter in ‘Artificial Intelligence’ on Medium. (medium.com/@kesari).Dr. Timothy T. Lau, Esq.Research AssociateFederal Judicial CenterThurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building202.502.4089tlau@fjc.govTimothy Lau is a research associate at the Federal Judicial Center. He serves as the Center’s liaisonto the Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Evidence. His work at the Center also toucheson issues concerning the intersection of law and technology. He was the author of the Center’sreport, “Trade Secret Seizure Best Practices under the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016,” that wasdeveloped and submitted to Congress pursuant to the Act. At present, he is developing “pocketguides” to educate federal judges about artificial intelligence, and he also interfaces with the IEEEto communicate the needs of the judiciary to industry. Dr. Lau earned his J.D. at Stanford LawSchool and his Sc.D. in materials science and engineering from MIT. He clerked for Judge RaymondC. Clevenger III of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.Jan M. LevineProfessor of LawDirector of Legal Research & WritingDuquesne University School of Law412.396.1048levinej@duq.eduAn expert in the field of legal writing and research, Professor Jan M. Levine has more than threedecades of experience leading legal writing and research programs. In 2007, Levine joined thefaculty at Duquesne, and the legal research and writing program has been ranked by U.S. News &World Report as one of the nation’s best every year since then, ranking sixth in the country for 2013.Before coming to Duquesne, Levine directed the legal writing program at the Temple UniversitySchool of Law for eleven years, where the program was also recognized by U.S. News & WorldReport. Before that, Levine directed the writing programs at the University of Arkansas School ofLaw and the University of Virginia School of Law, and taught as an adjunct writing professor at hisalma mater, the Boston University School of Law.(continued)

Presenters(continued)A graduate of the State University of New York at Albany, and a member of Phi Beta Kappa,Levine is a nationally recognized scholar who has published many articles on legal research andwriting; one of his works was his contribution to several chapters of the second editions of theABA Sourcebook on Legal Writing. He is also a frequent presenter at national conferences on legalresearch and writing.Levine was the founding president of the Association of Legal Writing Directors (ALWD); served aselected member of the ALWD’s board of directors; was a member of the board of directors of theLegal Writing Institute and the board of directors of SCRIBES, the American Society of Writers onLegal Subjects; and served as chair and member of the ABA Communications Skills Committee. In2014 Levine received the Thomas F. Blackwell Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement in theField of Legal Writing and the Section Award by the Association of American Law Schools (AALS)Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research.Ashley LondonAssociate Director of Bar Studies &Assistant Professor of Legal SkillsDuquesne University School of Law412.396.6303londona@duq.eduAshley M. London is the Associate Director of Bar Studies and an Assistant Professor of Legal Skillsat Duquesne University School of Law. In addition to her role teaching bar preparation coursesand providing individualized student counseling, she develops comprehensive bar preparationprogramming with a focus on student outcomes.Her areas of expertise include bar admissions/licensure requirements; the Multistate BarExamination (MBE); bar examination essay writing; family law; guardian ad litem-specialproceedings; estate planning; landlord/tenant law; housing code enforcement; and media relations.London discovered her passion for teaching after leaving private practice and serving for four yearson the faculty at Charlotte School of Law in the Academic Success/Bar Preparation departmentin Charlotte, N.C. She previously worked at Legal Aid of North Carolina in the housing division andoperated her own law firm, where she focused on civil litigation and served as a guardian ad litemfor special proceedings representing elderly and mentally handicapped clients.Her professional writing includes serving as a contributing writer and substantive editor for theCase Management Manual for United States Bankruptcy Judges, 2012 Edition, and writing for theMecklenburg Bar News and North Carolina State Bar Journal.Upon graduation from law school, London was selected from applicants nationwide to take part inthe 2011 Volunteer Legal Intern Program in Washington, D.C., and was recruited by the BankruptcyJudges Division and Article III Judges Division.(continued)

Presenters(continued)Melissa Love KoenigA

Director, Law Library The University of Akron School of Law 330.972.6740 ejanoskihaehlen@uakron.edu Emily Janoski-Haehlen is the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs & Institutional Excellence at the University of Akron School of Law. Dean Janoski-Haehlen is also the Director of the Law Library and an Associate Professor of Law.

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