One yr in the past, Bridget Mary McCormack, the previous chief justice of the Michigan Supreme Court docket, took over the helm of the American Arbitration Association, the biggest personal supplier of different dispute decision providers on the planet, as its president and chief government officer. Whereas on the court docket, McCormack was a number one voice for innovating the justice system to broaden entry to justice, and since becoming a member of the AAA, she is credited with having “supercharged” its innovation efforts – significantly with regard to its adoption of generative AI.
Additionally essential to these innovation efforts has been Diana Didia, senior vice chairman and chief info and innovation officer on the AAA, who had helped ignite the affiliation’s innovation efforts nicely earlier than McCormack arrived and whose work not solely set the stage for continued innovation however has been essential in serving to the group drive ahead into embracing generative AI.
Our friends on in the present day’s LawNext, McCormack and Didia – together with many others on their workforce – have been working full bore over the previous yr to drive additional innovation on the AAA and to combine AI into its personal work and into the broader area of dispute decision. They not too long ago launched the AAAi Lab, an internet site supporting AAA customers, arbitrators, in-house counsel and legislation
corporations with coverage steerage, instructional webinars and instruments for embracing generative AI, and likewise ClauseBuilder, a generative AI device for writing clear and efficient ADR clauses.
Once we spoke, they have been making ready to current this week on the AAA’s innovation efforts and its adoption of AI as a part of a panel at Legalweek in New York.
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