Generative AI and prompt engineering: the future of legal work

Generative AI’s ability to complete repetitive tasks and provide sophisticated legal research tools can help legal professionals manage their growing workloads without compromising quality or accuracy. However, the real game-changer lies in the proper application of prompt engineering in the use of this AI, a factor that could redefine the efficiency and accuracy of legal operations in the coming years.

The future of the legal profession harnesses generative AI and the practical application of prompt engineering to enable efficiency, accuracy and personalisation.

Incorporating context such as contract templates or specific clauses, using desired tones, and asking AI to demonstrate its reasoning are all practical aspects of prompt engineering that can deliver tailored, high-quality results. By adopting these sophisticated techniques, we can turn AI into a personal assistant for every legal professional, capable of enhancing their skills and streamlining their workflow.

However, ethical considerations, practical challenges and the governance of prompts all need to be carefully addressed. Establishing protocols for managing prompts to ensure consistency and relevance is as critical as the technological innovation itself.

Source: Deloitte






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