AI Prompting for In-House Lawyers - 1-session class

4.8

(20 ratings)

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1 Day

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Cohort-based Course

Lawyers: GPT saves time and makes legal work product better. This class will help you get the most out of GPT asap.

Previously at

Amazon
Replit
Morrison Foerster
BloomTech

Course overview

Unlock gen AI for legal use cases; get up to speed on why everyone is hyped

OpenAI's GPT passes the bar exam with higher scores than humans. BCG consultants using ChatGPT finished 12% more tasks, 25.1% faster, at 40% higher quality. The upshot? When prompted well, GPT will make you a better, faster, and more effective lawyer. Once you know how to prompt, you'll wish you'd had GPT for legal work for years.


This crash course will give you practical, immediately useful learnings on actual AI prompting with GPT. You'll get a great intro to GPT and how it works. Then get your hands dirty with the tool, with an experienced GC and AI expert there to help and push you with practical tips and tricks.


I promise: you'll be shocked at the quality of GPT's legal outputs.


Note: this is the one-session crash course - 75 minutes on one day. For a deeper experience, such as learning more specific prompts for GPT in your practice area, I recommend the 2 session class at

https://maven.com/ceciliaz/promptingforlawyers

This course is for

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In-house counsel curious about AI and who want to get started and see value right away.

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Law firm lawyers who want to use AI but worry if it's effective.

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What you’ll get out of this course

Learn how GPT works and how to get great results.

GPT is like a smart, fast intern who has read and can recall the entire internet. The metaphor will help explain _how_ you can use your already-great lawyer skills to get GPT to do great work for you.

Get and practice a proven prompting method that works for legal use cases.

Good prompting can take GPT's answers from about 65% accurate to 92+%. We'll reivew the [company]-[context]-[task] method that gives great results.

Develop ease with GPT for your work

Once you have a good prompt, you'll find asking GPT for help will cut the time you spend drafting significantly. We'll talk about good uses of it and incorporating it into your team and general productivity.

This course includes

1 interactive live session

Lifetime access to course materials

2 in-depth lessons

Direct access to instructor

Projects to apply learnings

Guided feedback & reflection

Private community of peers

Course certificate upon completion

Maven Satisfaction Guarantee

This course is backed by Maven’s guarantee. You can receive a full refund within 14 days after the course ends, provided you meet the completion criteria in our refund policy.

Course syllabus

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  • Post-Course

    Modules

    • Share your prompts

  • Bonus

    Modules

    • Get feedback on your prompts from Cecilia

4.8

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Meet your instructor

Cecilia Ziniti

Cecilia Ziniti

AI expert, 3x General Counsel

Cecilia Ziniti is the founder and CEO of an AI startup and a three-time Silicon Valley general counsel. As a founding lawyer on Alexa and former product manager, Cecilia combines years of cutting edge AI experience with top tier legal experience from Morrison & Foerster and Amazon.


Cecilia has been a longtime member of WGCN and TechGC. She has served as a fellow of Berkeley Law School and taught a law and business class at Stanford.


Cecilia has supported the development and scale of dozens of iconic tech products with billions of global users. She founded and runs Ziniti Law PC, which provides legal services to technology companies and startups. She's passionate about AI and helping other lawyers be more awesome.


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Course schedule

One 75 Minute Class
  • Class Session

    10-11:15 am PT

    We'll move fast - it's a one-time, 75 minute class. I typically stay on at the end for more questions.

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