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GenAI Fundamentals for Lawyers Certificate

This certificate program gives lawyers an understanding of generative AI and large language models, covering key AI concepts and terms, the impact of GenAI on the legal industry and practical applications for lawyers. It also looks at the risks, limitations, and ethical concerns associated with LLMs, letting legal professionals better understand the opportunities and considerations involved in using GenAI in their practice.

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Start Track
  1. still frame from Machine Learning 15 min

    AI Concepts and Terms

    Introduces key AI terms and concepts, such as deep learning, machine learning, generative AI, LLMs, and supervised and unsupervised learning.

  2. still frame from Why Are We All Talking About Generative AI? 14 min

    Generative AI: What It Is and Why It Matters

    When ChatGPT launched in November 2022, the way most of us think about AI changed forever. This course introduces what GenAI is, why it’s a big deal, and what it means for lawyers.

  3. still frame from How LLMs Work 20 min

    Introduction to LLMs for Lawyers

    A look at large language models and their legal applications. This course explains how LLMs work, how lawyers can take advantage of this technology, what LLMs can and cannot do, and the key risks and ethical issues to be aware when working with LLMs.

  4. still frame from Hallucinations 21 min

    Limitations and Risks of LLMs

    A discussion about the main risks and limitations lawyers should be aware of when working with LLMs, as well as advice about how to mitigate them. Issues covered include hallucinations, bias, transparency, and data security.