• This Thomson Reuters “survey of 207 in-house attorneys to measure current perceptions regarding the use of AI in corporate legal departments and the perceived benefits of AI once adopted” is a good look into the knowledge and attitudes of in-house legal departments. It should be required reading for law firm attorneys. The good news includes

  • This post on the LMA’s Strategies+ blog (originally from last month’s issue of the magazine Strategies) has a bit of a clickbait title, “AI Is the Future of Everything, Right? Not So Fast.” The actual substance is a list of seven things law firms could be doing now to improve the business of their

When I started this blog seven months ago (and posts to a Facebook group about a year ago), I mentioned several times that law firms would be well advised to include mention of AI in their alerts, blog posts and other content marketing to show that they “get it” regarding this important technology, and to

  • In this article, Burr Forman associate E. Travis Ramsey, discusses the coming relevance of AI to appellate advocacy, including: (1) compiling the appellate record; (2) written advocacy; and (3) oral advocacy. He concludes with: (reasonable, in my opinion) “AI will play a role in appellate advocacy, and it will begin by supplementing the work