AI and the Legal Profession
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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
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.
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.
Publication date: Oct 2023
Length: 150 pages
Consulting editor(s): Mark Surguy, Weightmans
International E-Discovery provides an analysis from across the globe of the different approaches to and cutting-edge techniques in the use of digital evidence in legal and regulatory contexts. This second edition brings the reader fully up to date with what works and what has failed and where future investment is likely to be needed, as well as containing expanded geographic coverage with more professional tips on getting ahead with best practice on a country by country basis.
Publication date: Jul 2021
Length: 293 pages
Negotiating Technology Contracts, Second Edition
Author(s): Kit Burden, Mark O'Conor and Duncan Pithouse
This second edition provides a practical, commercial guide to negotiations without a heavy focus on ‘black letter law’, and seeks to explain the perspectives of both sides of the negotiating table on a clause-by-clause basis, clearly setting out the key points they will want to protect – and why – while also offering suggestions as to what they may be willing to concede or compromise upon.
The title is written with the benefit of DLA Piper’s unparalleled view of the global market for technology sourcing and outsourcing projects, and from acting for customers and service providers in this space over many years and in many jurisdictions.
Publication date: Aug 2023
Length: 329 pages