The Legal world and technology/AI

Technology has become so prevalent in all aspects of everyday life including our careers. I am a law student who will be going onto a big law job when I graduate and (hopefully) pass the Bar Exam. How does anyone in, or not in the legal field, feel that AI and other technologies can be used to better assist our clients and help us to become better advocates?

Is there also a feeling that AI or other technology will usurp the legal profession and begin to supplant humans?

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  • I've only just taken the bar, and have seen some of how my school taught the use of AI and how my firm now uses it. For now, it seems to be more useful for boilerplate language, and for drafting client communications. But I am very interested to see how tools like Lexis' AI will progress. Especially in legal research, without making up cases that don't exist.

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  • I've only just taken the bar, and have seen some of how my school taught the use of AI and how my firm now uses it. For now, it seems to be more useful for boilerplate language, and for drafting client communications. But I am very interested to see how tools like Lexis' AI will progress. Especially in legal research, without making up cases that don't exist.

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