A team of Monash uni students analysed 7 ways the legal profession is using AI – here’s what they found

AI technology, while still in its formative stages, is poised to transform the landscape of the legal profession. 

Five law students embedded in the law firm Lander & Rogers as “AI investigative agents”  actively engaging in demoing and testing new applications and platforms, overseen by the firm and the Monash Law Clinical Program.

The seven AI tools discussed in the article demonstrate a range of applications and potential benefits, from improving productivity and decision-making to offering innovative ways to interact with clients. 

Despite the limitations of these tools, the potential of AI in legal practice is immense. Australian law firms should begin integrating these tools into their workflows. As those willing to adopt this technology will find themselves at the forefront of the evolving legal landscape.

Source: Startup Daily



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