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Automating legal services : justice through technology

Author: Hugh Logue; American Bar Association. Law Practice Division,
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, Law Practice Division, [2019] ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The world's fourth industrial revolution-automation through the growth of robotics, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and virtual e-commerce will disrupt the legal industry. By being open to this change, lawyers can eliminate repetitive, inefficient processes so they can increase the speed, quality, and scale of their legal services. In addition to bolstering the business of law for both big and small firms,  Read more...
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Logue, Hugh,
Automating legal services
Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, Law Practice Division, [2019]
(DLC) 2019046173
(OCoLC)1123182604
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Logue; American Bar Association. Law Practice Division,
ISBN: 9781641055239 1641055235
OCLC Number: 1123182212
Description: xiii, 210 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: The need for automated legal services --
Adjacent threats --
Lessons from other industries --
Latent demand for legal services --
Self-serve legal information --
Document automation --
Legal knowledge platforms --
Artificial intelligence --
Predictive analytics --
Contract analytics --
Blockchain smart contracts --
Launching advanced automated legal services --
Technology in the justice system --
Automated judges --
When legal tech goes wrong --
Government support --
Strategic alternatives for automated legal services --
Legal and regulatory considerations --
Future careers in law.
Responsibility: Hugh Logue.

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"The world's fourth industrial revolution-automation through the growth of robotics, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and virtual e-commerce will disrupt the legal industry. By being open to this change, lawyers can eliminate repetitive, inefficient processes so they can increase the speed, quality, and scale of their legal services. In addition to bolstering the business of law for both big and small firms, this automation will increase access to justice for those who need it most. This book sets out different models and details what firms, lawyers and society, can gain from automated legal services"--

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