Automating legal services : justice through technology /

"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 s...

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Main Author: Logue, Hugh (Author)
Corporate Author: American Bar Association. Law Practice Division (sponsoring body.)
Format: Book
Published: Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, Law Practice Division, [2019]
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Table of 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.