The Conflict Analytics Lab at Queen’s University is thrilled to announce the appointment of George Wray to the Advisory Committee of OpenJustice, an open-access generative AI for legal information. 

George Wray, Partner at Borden Ladner Gervais (BLG), a leading Canadian full-service law firm, brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the OpenJustice Advisory Committee. With a proven track record in litigation and regulatory compliance, Mr. Wray brings invaluable expertise to the committee. 

George is a noteworthy thought leader on the intersection of topics in innovation, artificial intelligence, business, and law. At BLG, George is renowned for his adept handling of complex legal matters. He is trusted by clients for his comprehensive understanding of risk management and regulatory affairs across various industries, including automobiles, consumer goods, software, and more.  

In his role as an advisor, George Wray will provide invaluable contributions to OpenJustice. Drawing from his extensive expertise, he will offer expert legal guidance, assess and mitigate risks, provide insights into industry trends, foster collaborations, and promote thought leadership initiatives. George’s diverse skill set and strategic acumen make him a valuable asset to the OpenJustice Advisory Committee, contributing significantly to the platform’s development and success. 

Please join us in extending a warm welcome to George Wray as he embarks on this collaborative journey with the OpenJustice team!