Chris Gronseth ’22 Finds Real Meaning in Artificial Intelligence
Before coming to Berkeley Law, Chris Gronseth ’22 worked primarily in the healthcare industry. One of his most meaningful endeavors involved helping a nonprofit improve maternal health in underserved communities. A University of Oregon graduate with an MBA from the University of Colorado, Chris recently interned in the legal department of a leading startup accelerator. He is also an InSite fellow, articles editor and blog contributor at the
Berkeley Business Law Journal
, and on the executive board of the Healthcare & Biotech Law Society at Berkeley Law.
Below, Gronseth describes his summer work experience:
I’ve been working with the Atticus Project, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization based in San Francisco that is exploring the intersection between law and artificial intelligence. I help support multiple Atticus Project initiatives, including efforts to publish an open-sourced artificial intelligence dataset used in legal contract review, and building a set of training materials focused on educating high school and law students about artificial intelligence and legal terminology.
I joined Atticus Project in February because of my interest in innovative, mission-driven organizations. Bleary-eyed from first-year law classes, I was excited for a new challenge and searched for ways to be involved in the robust entrepreneurial ecosystem fostered by Berkeley Law.