Robyn Schleihauf is a writer and a lawyer based in Dartmouth, N.S. Her legal practice focuses on professional ethics and helping her clients develop better decision-making processes.
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While courts still use fax machines, law firms are using AI to tailor arguments for judges
If courts and administrative decision makers used this same AI to identify their own biases and confront them, the justice system could be less vulnerable to those biases, writes Robyn Schleihauf.
I'm sober but live in a drinking town. Dating is complicated
How do people get to know each other without meeting for a drink? How was I ever going to have a first kiss with someone new without a little liquid courage? Robyn Schleihauf has been sober for three years, and these are some questions she grapples with as she looks for a relationship in a community where drinking is ubiquitous.