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AI for the Australian Bar: Exploring AI-Assisted Research

Trusted research for when you need to be right.

Take an in-depth look at AI-assisted research using our new platform, Westlaw Precision Australia.
James Jarvis, our Vice President of Global Legal Solutions, will take you through a live demonstration and, together with respected barrister and editor of the Federal Court Reports and Federal Law Reports, Victor Kline, discuss the how generative AI is set to redefine legal research. 

Why should you attend?

  • See for yourself how AI-assisted research built on trusted content will transform primary law research.

  • Understand the importance of Authorised Law Reports and the primary law sources that underpin AI-assisted research.

  • Be part of the conversation on the opportunities and challenges presented by generative AI geared specifically for barristers.

  • Hear about Thomson Reuters global AI vision and learn about other GenAI tools to help you save time and reduce costs. 

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James Jarvis
Vice President
Global Legal Solutions

James Jarvis is the VP of Global Legal Solutions at Thomson Reuters, steering Westlaw's development in Asia and Emerging Markets. A former lawyer and journalist, James, credited with patents in legal technology, brings innovation in legal research and development globally. He's lauded for his contributions in AI, big data, and design thinking. 

Travis Mether
Business Development Manager
BAR Australia & New Zealand

Travis Mether has worked at Thomson Reuters for almost 10 years, the last 8 of which have been focused on assisting Barristers within the Australian and New Zealand Bar with their legal research needs as both Account Executive and Business Development Manager.

Victor Kline
Barrister and Editor
Federal Court Reports & Federal Law Reports

Victor Kline, barrister and long-standing Editor of the Federal Court Reports and Federal Law Reports, having held those positions since 1990 and 1995 respectively.

Victor started his working life as a federal prosecutor in Sydney, having been admitted to the bar in 1974. He later worked as a barrister in the Northern Territory and returned to active practice at the Sydney bar in 2016. He is founder and director of the Refugee Law Project and an actor, published author and playwright.