Christine Webber to Speak on Using Artificial Intelligence in Hiring and Recruiting

November 11, 2022

Christine Webber will participate in the panel discussion “Using Artificial Intelligence in Hiring and Recruiting: The Future is Here” during the ABA’s 16th Annual Section of Labor & Employment Law Conference which will be held will be held on November 11, 2022 at 2:15 p.m. EST at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, DC.

Employers are increasingly seeking to leverage technology that will allow them to access broader and deeper talent pools, aggregate and assess data about applicants and employees from various sources, and make better hiring and retention decisions. While artificial intelligence and predictive analytics can provide employers many benefits, use of data analytics can pose new legal risks for employers, including risks of discrimination claims for disparate treatment and disparate impact based on race and disability. With a demonstration of how AI is used in recruiting and hiring, this panel will give real world examples of what AI looks like in the workplace and best practices for integrating it while mitigating legal risk. This panel will discuss examples of using AI in the workplace, including biometrics, and how employers can benefit from AI while using best practices to mitigate legal risk. The panel also will cover new state laws regarding AI in the workplace, EEOC’s initiative on tech-based recruiting, and trends in AG enforcement.



  • Toni Michelle Jackson, Crowell & Moring
  • Sania W. Khan, U.S. Department of Labor
  • George L. Washington, Jr., Orange Business Services
  • Christine Webber, Cohen Milstein
  • Damien Patrick Williams, Virginia Tech


Register now.