Author(s): Uwais Iqbal, Josh Kubicki, Sondra Rebenchuk, Cat Casey, Jennifer Leonard, Allison Williams, Nerushka Bowan, Gilad Katzav, Natalie Pierce, Valerie Saintot, Ilona Logvinova, Stephanie Goutos
Publication date: Nov 2023
AI and the Legal Profession: Transforming the Future of Law explores the profound impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the legal industry and the transformative possibilities it offers. As AI technologies advance at an unprecedented pace, the book delves into how they are reshaping the practice of law, challenging traditional models, and unlocking new opportunities for legal professionals.
It explores how AI is revolutionising legal decision-making and examines the ethical considerations and challenges surrounding the use of AI, such as biases in algorithms, privacy concerns, and the evolving role of human lawyers in an AI-driven world.
It explores how the use of generative AI will augment, enhance - and maybe even replace - the human in legal research and process, highlighting the efficiencies gained and the potential for enhanced accuracy and speed. The authors also take a deep-dive into the ethics of legal AI and how the profession stands to benefit - and change - from such a monumental shift.
Furthermore, the book looks ahead, envisioning the future possibilities of AI in law. It delves into emerging technologies like natural language processing and blockchain, and how they can further transform legal practice, client interactions, and access to justice.
Written by leading experts at the intersection of AI and law, this book serves as a comprehensive guide for legal professionals, technologists, and policymakers, and equips readers with the knowledge and insights needed to navigate the rapidly evolving landscape, embrace AI's potential, and harness its power to shape the future of law.