How is AI changing the Legal Landscape?

 

As the shift towards automation continues to accelerate, AI is proving to be more of an asset to legal practices than ever before.

With hours spent on the review of documents, document preparation, and legal research by legal professionals every day, there is not much time left over for anything else; therefore, hindering the efficiency and efficacy of legal professionals. Partially automating these processes will allow these individuals to get more done in less time, while simultaneously ensuring that their documents are properly drafted and that information is readily available to clients. However, what issues of efficacy become a reality when introducing automation into the legal & justice system?

To answer this question among others, MarketScale invited ContractPodAi’s Chief Evangelist and General Counsel, Jerry Levine, to discuss the future of automation in the legal field.

One of ContractPodAi’s main goals is to automate document preparation and to assist in the review of documents. They have found that in doing so, lawyers are able to perform more efficiently while reducing the cost to their clients. With that being said, it can become difficult to recognize issues in case law, document types, and drafting issues that can arise with such automation.

“Where I am most concerned with any automation is the idea of transparency and bias in that automation,” Levine explains, “so what we need to make sure in increasing the efficacy and efficiency in any legal tool is that we control against those improprieties in the process.”

Levine also considers what he believes is next for legal professionals as automation becomes a larger part of the legal field, as well as how he believes legal professionals should react to this news.

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