AI applied to secondary law to follow AI’s current use in primary law

Machines today are presenting lawyers with law they should see without the lawyers even searching or looking for the law. When I practiced, when I wanted the see the law I needed to search for it, and not via a computer but in books, lots of them. The closest I came to machines and AI was an annotation to a code section or a case which told me there was an American Law Review article on point. Today legal tech and legal research companies deploying AI (machine learning) are white hot and so is investment in them ($200 million invested in legal tech in the last couple months, mostly in AI). My friend and colleague, Bob Ambrogi, wrote this week about the World Economic Forum recognizing 61 early-stage companies as tecnology pioneers for their design, development and deployment of potentially world-changing innovations and technologies. Only one was a legal tech company, Casetext, which has been a key player in pioneering the use of artificial intelligence to enhance…

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