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I, Lawyer: the convenience of artificial intelligence

AI floated into legal circles from computer labs about a decade ago. Ten years on it still has a nebulous aura of complexity and priciness: is it just for City firms, and what exactly does it do? Stephen Brown explains how it works and how it can benefits all law firms

AI conundrum: Replacing experience with value?

If artificial intelligence can help junior lawyers handle more complex tasks and satisfy their millennial appetite for quality work while meeting client demand for speed and cost savings, where will that leave senior solicitors, wonders Professor Joan Loughrey

The rise of robo-lawyer

Chris Marston explains why law firms, however large or small, can’t afford not to invest in new disruptive technologies

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