President of Supreme Federal Court participates in FGV’s 1st Forum on Law and Technology
Fundação Getulio Vargas, through its Center for Judicial Innovation, Administration and Research (CIAPJ/FGV), will hold its 1st Forum on Law and Technology on June 29 and July 2. The event will involve webinars themed on “Artificial Intelligence Applied to Conflict Management Within the Judiciary.”
The first webinar will happen on Monday, June 29, starting at 2:30 pm. The participants will be Carlos Ivan Simonsen Leal, FGV’s president; Dias Toffoli, the president of the Supreme Federal Court and National Justice Council; Justice Luis Felipe Salomão of the Superior Court of Appeals, who is also an FGV professor and the coordinator of CIAPJ; Superior Court of Appeals justice and National Justice Council ombudsman Humberto Martins; Luciano Bandeira, the president of the Rio de Janeiro branch of the Brazilian Bar Association; Judge Elton Leme, of the Rio de Janeiro State Court of Appeals, who is also an FGV professor and CIAPJ’s deputy coordinator; CIAPJ executive coordinator and researcher Juliana Loss, who is also the manager of FGV’s Mediation Service and an external consultant for FGV’s Arbitration Chamber; Renata Braga, a CIAPJ researcher and law professor at Fluminense Federal University in Volta Redonda; and Professor Dierle Nunes, of Minas Gerais Federal University and Minas Gerais Catholic University.
The second webinar will take place on July 2, as of 10 am. The speakers will include the president of the Superior Labor Court, Maria Cristina Peduzzi; the deputy director of the University of São Paulo’s Mathematics and Computer Science Institute, André Carlos Ponce de Leon F. de Carvalho; Judge Marcus Lívio Gomes, of the Regional Federal Court of the Second Region; and FGV Knowledge’s IT coordinator, José Leovigildo Coelho.
The participants will discuss the efficiency of the justice system and the use of technology tools, especially artificial intelligence, which has been a hot topic in the judiciary in recent years. This is the subject of several research projects under way at FGV’s Center for Judicial Innovation, Administration and Research, which is coordinated by Justice Luis Felipe Salomão of the Superior Court of Appeals. The center’s mission is to identify, understand, systematize, develop and enhance solutions to improve the legal system.
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