Legal Prompting: Teaching a Language Model to Think Like a Lawyer

Legal Prompting refers to the process of training a language model to think like a lawyer. This involves feeding the model large amounts of legal data, including case law and legal documents so that it can learn to recognize patterns and draw legal conclusions. The goal is to create a tool that can assist lawyers in legal research and drafting documents, as well as potentially predict outcomes in legal cases. However, there are concerns about the ethical implications of using language models to replace human lawyers, and questions about the accuracy and reliability of such tools.

Source: Proceedings of the Natural Legal Language Processing Workshop (NLLP).





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