Philip Gold to Present on “Artificial Intelligence in Courtroom Practice”

On February 27, 2020, partner Philip Gold will be speaking as a panelist on a National Judicial College event on the topic of “Artificial Intelligence in Courtroom Practice.”

Gold & Gold prides itself in being a leader in the use of technology in the courtroom, as technology’s impact on the law is becoming increasingly important. In fact, the Florida Bar now requires attorneys obtain Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits specifically in technology.

That’s why Philip believes that implementing and mastering technology gives Gold & Gold a leg up in investigation, litigation and at trial—and it can aid other law firms, and ultimately clients, as well.

This panel will also mark Philip’s final event as the president of the Miami Dade Trial Lawyers Association (MDTLA). One of Philip’s main focuses as president had been to encourage and foster symbiotic relationships between attorney members and the judiciary.

This National Judicial College event is a culmination of this focus, as it pairs panels of trial lawyers and judges together with a common goal of addressing technology in the practice of law.

“I am so proud and humbled by the work that MDTLA has accomplished this year,” Philip said. “Working with my board of directors has been a pleasure, and we accomplished every goal I set out.”

Under Philip’s leadership, the MDTLA hosted their first full day CLE event to educate members and judges on the currents trends in the law; they hosted a wonderful and fun field day for the foster children at His House; they had record attendees at their Judicial Reception to celebrate three incredible and well deserving judges for their accomplishments in the legal community; and they awarded three local law students with a scholarship at their holiday party.