Taft’s Chief Client & Innovation Officer, Lyndsay Capeder, was recently quoted in the article “Getting to know artificial intelligence” by Minnesota Lawyer. The article highlights Taft as one of the law firms partnering with a training firm, Skillburst, to learn best practices and develop training content within the world of AI.
Capeder discusses the importance of being knowledgeable and intentional when it comes to artificial intelligence in the legal field and how AI training will be offered to everyone at Taft. “This approach is aimed at creating a comprehensive understanding of generative AI and its implications, irrespective of someone’s role within the firm,” Capeder said. Read the full article here.
Capeder also presented at the Collaborative Law Institute Forum on Navigating the Future of AI on Dec. 7, 2023.
As Chief Client & Innovation Officer, Capeder is responsible for developing and managing strategies to support clients’ needs and continuously improve the way Taft delivers legal services. With a background representing commercial clients in private practice and serving as corporate in-house counsel, she is uniquely positioned to be the voice of the client within Taft and an advocate in an increasingly sophisticated and changing legal market.