Online CLE Program: Legal Responses to the Emergence of Driverless Cars

05/13/2020 - 12:00
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Online CLE Program: Legal Responses to the Emergence of Driverless Cars
Category: Marquette Lawyers
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Time: 12:00pm
Location: Online
Access: RSVP Required
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Thank you for your interest in this program; registration is now closed.  We’re no longer accepting additional registrations.


Please watch for information on other CLE programs we will offer this summer.  Our plan is to offer an online CLE program in June, July, & August.


Online CLE Program

May 13, 2020
Noon to 1 p.m., Program
Program Materials: Handout
Attendance Form: Enter Codes Here

1 CLE credit

Complimentary; however, registration is required.

Legal Responses to the Emergence of Driverless Cars by Marquette Law School Professor Alexander Lemann.  Highly autonomous vehicles are a technology whose arrival has been expected imminently for several years now, leading to widespread concern that the legal system is not prepared for the problems they will cause. This CLE will provide an overview of this new technology and the current range of proposals to address it, with emphasis on how tort law can or should respond to crashes involving driverless cars.

Those registered will receive a detailed confirmation email with online instructions the week prior to the presentation date.

Attendance verification for CLE Credit—to confirm your attendance you must enter all parts of the attendance code announced during the presentation in the (link) Online Attendance Form immediately following the presentation.