Cracking the justice barrier: announcing the Open Legal AI Workbench

The legal industry has a significant justice gap where low-income Americans do not receive sufficient legal help for 92% of their civil legal issues. To address this issue, academics and nonprofits need to be involved in discovering the next generation of legal interfaces. The Open Legal AI Workbench (OLAW) is a framework for legal AI researchers to create services using tool-based retrieval augmented generation. OLAW is not a useful legal AI tool by itself, but it is a tool for quickly prototyping new legal tools. Legal AI tooling space has the potential to benefit many people, and we need to support research that occurs outside the legal industry as well as inside.

Source: Harvard Law School



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