AI in application: case studies from the legal profession


Executive summary


Joanna Goodman, freelance journalist, writer, and author

Chapter 1: Teamwork, expertise, accuracy and collaboration – an award-winning AI combination

Kate Boyd, vice president of marketing, Kira Systems

Chapter 2: Preventative maintenance – how AI is helping reduce internal risk at Bates Wells Braithwaite

Peter Bennet, partnership executive officer, Bates Wells Braithwaite

Chapter 3: AI and Big Law – practical lessons to achieving AI success

Chapter 4: Easing the pain of regulatory compliance with machine learning

Sondra Rebenchuk, PR and communications lead, Kira Systems

Chapter 5: Get legal – how automated legal documents will change the legal profession

Peter Bennet, partnership executive officer, Bates Wells Braithwaite

Chapter 6: Democratizing the law by utilizing AI to cut costs

Andrew Arruda, CEO and co-founder, ROSS Intelligence

Chapter 7: iManage RAVN and Keoghs – streamlining the process of handling insurance disputes

Dene Rowe, partner and director of product development at Keoghs

Chapter 8: How technology and AI is changing the legal value chain

Karl Chapman, CEO, Riverview Law

Chapter 9: The diverse world of legal AI use cases

Richard Tromans, innovation consultant to law firms at TromansConsulting and editor of

Chapter 10: Technology, convergence, and the transformation of legal

Robert Millard, Director, Cambridge Strategy Group

Chapter 11: AI on the ground – the voice of the legal profession

ARK Group