February 03, 2020 Feature

Artificial Intelligence: From Law Office to Administrative Proceedings

By Judge Paul Armstrong

Artificial intelligence is the buzzword now in the legal profession. Whether it is used as an aid in legal research, in quickly reviewing contract provisions or voluminous discovery responses, in predicting effective settlement values or likely trial results, or in actually preparing and handling routine legal matters for parties, “machine learning” processes are revolutionizing the provision of legal services. There is little doubt that “AI,” as it is generally referred to in the profession, will be an integral part of all law firms to a greater or lesser extent in the coming years.

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