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Stradley Ronon Business Tech Manager Patrick Arkins Presents on AI at Meritas Annual General Meeting

May 11, 2024
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PHILADELPHIA — Patrick Arkins, manager of business technology solutions and innovation at Stradley Ronon, participated on a panel and presented a training session at the Meritas Annual General Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina. The sessions took place on May 9 and 10, respectively, and discussed the utilization of artificial intelligence (AI) in the legal field.

At the panel, “Leveraging Automation and AI to Create Value,” Patrick and fellow panelists discussed how law firms are utilizing automation and AI-driven technologies to maximize efficiencies, reduce costs and create new forms of value for both firms and their clients.

The following day, Patrick helped to present “Generative AI in the Practice of Law: Training Session for Emerging Leaders.” He provided law firm leaders with a more thorough understanding of how generative AI models can be leveraged to streamline legal research, automate document generation and enhance client interactions.

At Stradley Ronon, Patrick leads operational transformations that aim to deliver legal services more efficiently by better utilizing people, streamlining processes and fully leveraging technology. He also provides education on cutting-edge technologies and develops strategies to leverage such technologies.

Meritas is a global alliance of independent law firms. As a member of Meritas, Stradley Ronon is part of a network of pre-qualified, quality, independent business law firms throughout the United States and around the world.

About Stradley Ronon
Counseling clients since 1926, Stradley Ronon has helped private and public companies — from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations — achieve their goals by providing pragmatic, value-driven legal counsel. With offices in nine locations, our responsive team of more than 200 lawyers seamlessly addresses the full spectrum of our clients’ needs, ranging from sophisticated corporate transactions to complex commercial litigation.

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