Anyone following artificial intelligence in law knows that its first great cost saving has been in the area of document discovery. Machines can sort through duplicates so that associates don’t have to read the same document seven times, and they can string together thousands of emails to put together a quick-to-read series of a dozen
Artificial Intelligence at Law Firms: The New Standard for “Smart” Lawyers
By Philip Segal on
Posted in Artificial intelligence, Investigation
By now, if a lawyer isn’t thinking hard about how automation is going transform the business of law, that lawyer is a laggard.
You see the way computers upended the taxi, hotel, book and shopping mall businesses? It’s already started in law too. As firms face resistance over pricing and are looking to get more…