Generative AI, civil legal aid, and committee preference forms on this week’s Florida Bar News Briefs
The latest edition of Florida Bar News Briefs, a weekly podcast dedicated to what’s happening in the legal profession, is now available with stories including:
- The Board of Governors considering a large number of proposed rule amendments that included some the nation’s first guidelines for using generative AI in the practice of law.
- A new ABA report that finds that not only are there relatively more poor people living in Florida than in the nation overall, but there are also relatively fewer paid attorneys helping them sort out the legal troubles that affect their basic needs.
- Plans for Justice John Couriel to moderate a fireside chat with former United States Attorney General Alberto Gonzales as part of the Florida Supreme Court’s annual “A Supreme Evening” on January 18 in Tallahassee.
The Florida Bar News Briefs is a production of The Florida Bar Journal & News Department.
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