Tech & Justice: AI’s Role in Online Dispute Resolution

Learn more about the applications of artificial intelligence in online dispute resolutions, as well as the legal and ethical considerations

Jurist-in-Residence at Concordia University, Morton S. Minc cordially invites you to an evening in conversation with Mark Likhten and Hannes Westermann.

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Our speakers will explore the following themes:

  • What is Online Dispute Resolution and its current state in Canada
  • Artificial Intelligence in justice
  • Applications of AI in Online Dispute Resolution
  • What are the legal and ethical considerations
  • Discussion on risks and benefits
  • What’s next


Mark Likhten is strategy and legal innovation lead at the Cyberjustice Laboratory of the Université de Montréal’s Faculty of Law. He has been working for several years as legal advisor in the field of information technology for companies both locally and internationally. Mark coordinates various projects and collaborates with the Laboratory’s partners in the private and public sectors around digital transformation. He also drives the development of technological tools for justice and contributes to the research on cyberjustice on a regular basis.

Hannes Westermann is a PhD candidate in the field of artificial intelligence and law at the Université de Montréal. He works at the Cyberjustice Laboratory and is the lead researcher of the JusticeBot project. JusticeBot is an online platform that aims to improve public access to justice through the use of artificial intelligence.

Further information

Students in the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science, lawyers, and the general public are invited to attend.

To participating lawyers: the eligibility of this training has been submitted to the Barreau du Québec for the purposes of mandatory continuing education, for a period of 1.5 hours.

Ce contenu a été mis à jour le 21 février 2023 à 11 h 43 min.