Read this from Mark A. Cohen: Clients Need Legal Services But Not Necessarily Lawyers.
Olga V. Mack penned this: A Perfectly Imperfect Marriage: Blockchain And Open Source. “The blockchain industry has not been very attentive to the selection of licenses used for their projects. It’s time for that to change.”
In his abstract, David Barnhizer, author of this 35-page (and 85 footnotes) somewhat academic piece on Legal AI, describes it as a “brief look at the effects of technological development on law jobs and law schools.” I suppose we each have our own definition of “brief.” Nonetheless, this is a solid/balanced overview of AI