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Will A Robot Lawyer Take Your Job? What AI Means For You

Law360, Grand Rapids (May 31, 2017, 7:19 PM EDT) -- Most lawyers have probably seen the headlines predicting that a robot lawyer is going to take their job and do it better, more quickly and at a lower price.

Indeed, the march of artificial intelligence into the legal industry has picked up steam in recent years as the technology becomes more sophisticated and allows more legal tasks to be automated. Last week, leading legal work product management company iManage acquired U.K. artificial intelligence platform RAVN, a combination that could bring the 7-year-old company's technology to a far wider section of BigLaw.

And a number of BigLaw firms have already embraced AI...

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