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Professor Blake A. Klinkner publishes new article: “Why Are Artificial Intelligence Chatbots (Presently) So Bad at Legal Research and Writing?”

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Check out Professor Blake A. Klinkner’s most recent article, “Why Are Artificial Intelligence Chatbots (Presently) So Bad at Legal Research and Writing?” In his article, Professor Klinkner explains why artificial intelligence “hallucinates” when it is asked to conduct legal research and writing. Professor Klinkner also addresses professional pitfalls in using artificial intelligence chatbots to engage […]

“What Attorney’s Should Know about Deepfakes” by Professor Blake A. Klinkner

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In his most recent article, “What Attorneys Should Know About Deepfakes,” Professor Blake A. Klinkner discusses how deepfakes are impacting the use of evidence at trial and threatening fair legal adjudications. Professor Klinkner also shares telltale signs that a video, picture, or audio may be a deepfake. As deepfake technology progresses, it will become difficult, […]

Blake A. Klinkner receives Professor of the Year Award from the Washburn University School of Law Class of 2023

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On May 13, 2023, Professor Blake A. Klinkner was honored with the 2022/2023 Professor of the Year Award by the graduating class at Washburn University School of Law. Prior to joining the UND Law faculty in July 2022, Professor Klinkner served for 3 years as Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at Washburn University School of […]

Professor Blake A. Klinkner recently presented at the Legal Assistants of Wyoming Annual Conference

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Professor Blake A. Klinkner was recently invited to present at the Legal Assistants of Wyoming Annual Conference on the topic of eDiscovery. In his presentation, “The Changing Landscape of eDiscovery,” Professor Klinkner discussed the evolution of eDiscovery and provided recommendations for managing eDiscovery.

Read Professor Blake A. Klinkner’s most recent article, Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Office Data Practices

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In Professor Blake A. Klinkner’s most recent article, Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Office Data Practices, he discusses how artificial intelligence will change the ways in which attorneys engage in discovery, project due diligence, document management, and process automation. Read the article