Why Our Law Firm Bans Generative AI for Research and Writing

Carlton Fields has a rule that prohibits its lawyers from utilising generative artificial intelligence for creating legal products such as briefs, motion arguments and researched opinions.

This is because of the possibility of the AI “hallucinating” and creating false information, the absence of analysis and comprehension in the output, and the peril of being misguided by a flawed starting point. 

While generative AI may be useful for some purposes, it cannot be relied upon to produce competent legal products that aid clients or assist courts in fairly deciding disputes.

Source: Bloomberg Law



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