Using Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence and data analytics are powerful tools for automating repetitive tasks, crunching data, competing for clients, drafting documents, and generating ideas.  They can assist with analyzing, litigating, marketing, researching, and writing.  Consult the practice management service of your state bar association for help implementing these tools. Contact legal technology vendors to learn the benefits cost of their products. For self-study, see the articles, books, and software listed below.

AI Tools for Lawyers, Emerj Blog, 2/1/2022
Best AI Apps and Websites, Wall Street Journal, 6/19/202
Changing the Legal Profession with AI, Business Law Today, 2/21/2022
Chatbots for Law Firm Websites, ABA Journal, 7/22/2022
Collecting Data for Small Firms, Law Technology Today, April 13, 2018
Examples of AI Use by Lawyers, Thompson Reuters, 1/22/2023
Ethical Issues, Squire Blog, January 2019
Future of AI in Law Practice, The Professional Lawyer, Oct. 2, 2020
Ethical Issues of AI, ABA Professional Lawyer Journal, October 2020
Guide to Artificial Intelligence, JD Supra, Jan 26, 2022
Historical Development of AI, Univ. of Toronto Law Journal, November 2017
How AI Works, Law Practice Today, July 12, 2019
How Ai is Reshaping the Legal Profession, ABA Journal, Mar. 2, 2022
Legal Analytic Tools, ABA Journal, December 1, 2021
Primer on Law Firm Use of AI, Harvard Law and Technology Journal, January 2018
Transforming Law Practices with AI, Clio, March 23, 2023
Using AI to Improve Law Firm Performance, Law Technology Today, February 2021
Using Digital Assistants, LPT, 2/23/2020


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