- Law firms of the future—automation and artificial intelligence
- Introducing AI into law
- Future changes to the profession
- AI and legal jobs
- The benefits and disadvantages of automation and AI in the legal industry
- How law firms should prepare for the rise of automation and AI
Practice Management analysis: There is little doubt that automation and AI are the future of the legal sector. But the benefits and concerns they will bring to the industry, and how lawyers must adapt to and prepare for these changes, is more uncertain. We interview four experts on the future of AI and automation in law firms, and how lawyers can prepare for their implementation and use. Managing director at Neota Greg Wildisen, founder of LegalOnRamp Paul Lippe, Catrina Denvir, research fellow and director of Ulster Legal Innovation Centre and Richard Tromans, founder of Tromans Consultants, discuss the driving forces, benefits and challenges of AI and automation in the legal sector, and how they will ultimately change the practice in the future.
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