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Rouse Frets White Goss attorney speaks on artificial intelligence in law at the University of Missouri

By May 1, 2020June 25th, 2020Awards and Accomplishments

Leawood, Kan. – May 1, 2020 –    Chuck Rouse of Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes recently appeared as a guest lecturer at the School of Law at the University of Missouri on the subject of artificial intelligence in the practice of law. The law school has implemented a new academic program on legal technologies and Chuck was one of several guests invited in April to lecture at the institution.

In the course of his practice, Chuck has worked with clients to design and develop technology systems that mimic the practice of law. He was voted top-five innovator of the year by the Prepaid Card Industry in 2010. He is Inventor for Patent: Methods and Systems for Optimizing Escheat and Derecognizing Prepaid Cards, Stored Value Cards, Credit Memos, and Electronic Payment Instruments.

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