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Automating The Law: A Landscape of Legal AI Solutions - TOPBOTS

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The current applications of AI in legal work includes drafting and reviewing contracts, mining documents in discovery and due diligence, answering routine questions or sifting data to predict outcomes. AI is a human-like legal issues spotter providing relevant information on contract terms, therefore allowing lawyers to focus their review on the relevant segments of each contract, saving countless lawyer-hours. The tools are simple to use, making litigation document management easier and more efficient, allowing companies to manage more of this work in-house without resorting to outside counsel. Predictive technology analyzes past legal reference data to provide insights into future outcomes, powered by advances in machine learning.


AI in Law and Legal Practice – A Comprehensive View of 35 Current Applications Emerj

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A lawyer would have to customize the type of information that need to be extracted from scanned documents, and the software will then convert it to searchable text. The software will summarize the extracted documents into a report that can be shared and downloaded in different formats.


The 2019 Legal Tech Buyer's Guide is Here

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A comprehensive resource for firms looking to take advantage of the latest time and cost saving legal process automation tools, by LawGeex. What task do you suppose lawyers dread most? If you guessed, 'spending countless hours poring over every word, comma, and period of the fifth iteration of a contract', you nailed it. Contract review might be one of the most important functions of the legal profession, but it's also one of the most error-prone. The need to devote valuable lawyer hours to routine contract and NDA review not only requires expensive headcount, it also keeps those additional heads from focusing on high-value strategic work.


The 2019 Legal Tech Buyer's Guide is Here

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A comprehensive resource for firms looking to take advantage of the latest time and cost saving legal process automation tools, by LawGeex. What task do you suppose lawyers dread most? If you guessed, 'spending countless hours poring over every word, comma, and period of the fifth iteration of a contract', you nailed it. Contract review might be one of the most important functions of the legal profession, but it's also one of the most error-prone. The need to devote valuable lawyer hours to routine contract and NDA review not only requires expensive headcount, it also keeps those additional heads from focusing on high-value strategic work.


How Legal AI became more accurate than lawyers

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This prophecy came a step closer this week as legal AI proved itself more accurate than lawyers for the first time on a staple legal task –reviewing and approving contracts. The study was overseen by top US law schools and veteran corporate lawyers (including for instance Bruce Mann, a former senior partner at top US law firm, Morrison Foerster -- a Harvey Specter- like deal-maker who has handled more than 300 IPOs and over 200 mergers & acquisitions).