A recent study highlighted by the ABA Journal has noted that a majority of corporate clients and law firms are now using alternative legal service providers (“ALSPs”) to help them with defined tasks, such as e-discovery, automated document review, economic damage assessments and other tasks. 145 more words
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Brief update on the A/I. colonisation of legal practice: Casetext can counton DLA Piper, Fenwick & West, Ogletree Deakins and Greenberg Traurig, while ROSS Intelligence (IBM Technology) does with Jackson Lewis, Littler Mendelson and Dentons.
Right after the closing of Berlin’s office.
Let me guess: a big part of these are going to be replaced by legal software, AI and stuff, ay?
If you are running a law firm, getting new business can be important. It used to be important to be on the front or the back of the phone book. 805 more words
A story that appeared last month in Bloomberg Law – about a coming overhaul in the way Microsoft hires law firms – may well be harbinger of things to come for outside law firms of other large clients. 224 more words