Vendors Say AI Will Allow Attorneys To Do Better Legal Work

By Aebra Coe (August 20, 2018, 7:18 PM EDT) -- Artificial intelligence is not yet a part of the standard operating procedure at all large law firms, but in a decade it probably will be, Womble Bond Dickinson chief knowledge officer Bill Koch predicted at a legal technology conference on Monday.

Koch and his fellow panelists at the International Legal Technology Association's ILTACON educational conference in National Harbor, Maryland, agreed that in the future AI will likely infiltrate law firms as well as corporate legal departments and will create an atmosphere in which lawyers can do their jobs better as technology does the heavy lifting on routine legal work such as...

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