What Generative AI Means to Lawyers - A Talk by Henry Hu, Co-founder and COO, Anytime AI

A recent survey of the Am Law 100 found that firm leaders universally agree that utilizing the latest technology of generative AI will make legal operations more efficient. Don’t miss this chance to learn how legal practice will revolutionize from the application of AI!

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About the talk:

You will learn:

  1. How Generative AI capabilities have advanced over the last year, and in the legal area in particular?
  2. What benefits has AI automation of routine legal work yielded for law firms and attorneys?
  3. What are common AI risks, and what are some practical mitigation approaches?
  4. What are general legal professionals attitude towards using AI?
  5. How to strategically plan and adopt generative AI for legal work?

If you are a litigation firm especially Personal Injury case lawyers, don't miss this webinar. You will see how Generative AI is being used to:

  • 4X case handling capacity with the same number of people
  • Boost profits by helping law firms earn more and cost less
  • Reduce manual efforts and time up to 90% in handling laborious tasks
  • Free up more time for quality client interactions
  • Build a resilient team to help fortify work-life balance
  • Enhance specific (e.g. Personal Injury) firm practice area workflow automating various documents


About Henry Hu

A Columbia EBMA alum, Henry Hu is co-founder and COO of Anytime AI, a generative AI company dedicated to serving lawyers and law firms. Henry is a seasoned business executive driving growth and innovation. He co-founded Anytime AI together with two AI scientists, bringing 25+ years of professional experience with IBM, 1010Data, Yummet, and Kearney. 

Henry was once the CFO for Strategic Imperatives in IBM Systems, leading teams to support business lines and enabled 3X strategic revenue growth from $1.4B to $4.2B. He led the launch of 2 IBM innovation centers in New York and Rhode Island, and supported the $34B acquisition of Red Hat. Later he became the VP of Strategy and Transformation of 1010data, and supported the turn-around of the company before its strategic exit.


April 25, 2024 at 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Zoom Meeting


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