Clio Free Webinar: Legal Artificial Intelligence

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23 February 2016


Clio 200Clio, the world’s leading cloud-based legal practice management system, and Ross Intelligence, creators of the world’s first digital attorney, come together to discuss one of the most topical areas in the legal technology sector, artificial intelligence (AI).

When it comes to predictions about  artificial intelligence and legal services, much of the press coverage seems to be dedicated to a more Terminator-style villain than friendly robot assistant.

Predictions include the total replacement of junior lawyers with computers and the use of robots instead of judges. How serious of a risk do emerging artificial intelligence law services pose to legal professionals?

Join Clio’s Lawyer-in-Residence, Joshua Lennon, and ROSS Intelligence cofounders Andrew Arruda (CEO) and Jimoh Ovbiagele (CTO) to discuss the rise of artificial intelligence, big data, and the impact of this technology on lawyers.

In this free, hour-long webinar, they’ll explore

  • What is classified as artificial intelligence (AI)
  • How legal professionals can use AI
  • What legal AI tools are in development
  • How lawyers can get started with AI

RSVP now for Legal Artificial Intelligence: Replacing or Helping Lawyers?, taking place on Tuesday 23rd February at 7pm GMT.

 



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Do not fear robot lawyers – fear robot clients

Pulat Yunusov

Tech is famous for its shorter and shorter hype cycles. Robot lawyers were all over the twitters only a few months ago and now people actually yell at you for even mentioning the thing. Of course, robot lawyers should not even have surfaced in the first place because no one is remotely close to building them. Lawyers should not fear for their livelihoods. But there is something that is much more important than robot lawyers. It’s robot clients. Or at least the proliferation of machines, automated transactions, and standardized processes where lawyers once controlled the terrain.

September 20th, 2016