Maryland Chapter Fall Symposium
Please join the Maryland Chapter of the AAML for the Fall Symposium. The event includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and CLEs.
A Primer on Generative Artificial Intelligence: Practical Considerations
Daniel V. Renart, Esq.
Partner, Reinstein, Glackin & Herriott, LLC
Chat GPT Demonstration and Discussion on Generative AI and the Impact on the Practice of Family Law
Andrew Ventura; Vice President
CoStar Group, Washington, D.C.
Jean-Pierre Auffret, Director Research Partnerships
George Mason University School of Business
Andrew Ventura serves as the Vice President of Architecture and Development Operations at CoStar Group, Inc., a premier global provider of commercial and residential real estate information, analytics, and online marketplaces.
Jean-Pierre Auffret is Director, Research Partnerships in the School of Business and Director, Center for Assurance Research and Engineering (CARE) in the College of Engineering and Computing at George Mason University. Through CARE he manages emerging technology and cybersecurity research initiatives, including on Artificial Intelligence.
Ethical Considerations on Artificial Intelligence
Hon. Diane Leasure (Ret.)
Circuit Court for Howard County
Alvin I. Frederick, Esq.
Partner, Law Offices of Eccleston & Wolf
Maureen Glackin, Esq.
$175.00 if registered by 9/30; $200.00 if registered after 10/1
Please make checks payable to American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
Mail signup sheet and payment to Daniel V. Renart, at Reinstein, Glackin& Herriott, LLC
185 Admiral Cochrane Drive, Suite 115, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
*If your firm is registering multiple registrants for this event, please provide the Name and email for each registrant. Materials will be emailed 72 hours before the event on October 9, 2023.
Questions, please reach out to Daniel Renart (firstname.lastname@example.org).