Practice Area Insights — Artificial Intelligence and Its Impact on Business Law: An Introduction
“Artificial intelligence with human intelligence really works together to increase productivity, check for error, keep everything cost-effective,” says Ingeuneal C. Gray. In this video, Gray—Commercial Vice President of the American Arbitration Association and chair of the CLE program “Artificial Intelligence in International Arbitration” at the ABA Business Law Section’s 2022 Hybrid Spring Meeting—provides an incisive overview of AI’s power and growing effects on the legal profession.
Read more about the video’s featured speaker below:
Ingeuneal C. Gray
Ingeuneal Gray is Commercial Vice President of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), a not-for-profit organization and the largest private global provider of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services. Ms. Gray engages with business executives and counsel on ADR initiatives; and oversees the administration of large complex cases, the regional panel of arbitrators and mediators as well as the AAA’s national energy panel.
Recognized as one of The Top 50 Women Leaders of Houston, Ms. Gray is an Attorney-Arbitrator-Mediator with over 20 years of legal experience. Before joining the AAA she was the principal of ICG Law Firm, which focused on transactions, compliance, conflict prevention and ADR in the areas of government contracts, commercial, construction, and employment-law related matters. Today, Ms. Gray proudly serves as Co-Chair of the AAA’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and is a member of the distinguished Texas Bar College of Legal Scholars. In addition, she is Vice-Chair of the ABA Business Law Section’s Dispute Resolution Committee, Secretary of the State Bar of Texas’ ADR Section and an active member of the Houston Bar Association.
Ms. Gray received her JD from Southern Methodist University School of Law and her BA in psychology from the University of Houston.
A frequent speaker at legal and industry conferences, Ms. Gray is dedicated to educating on the benefits of ADR and increasing diversity, equity and inclusion in the field.
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