• These thoughts by Paul Rawlinson, Global Chair of Baker McKenzie and sobering and realistic. Will lawyers become extinct in the age of automation? His observations include, “…(T)he market will kill those who don’t adapt. They are the ones who should be scared of the machines. For them, the robots are coming. The really wise lawyers,

Earlier this week I attended Vanderbilt Law’s Summit on Law and Innovation (#SOLI2018). One of my favorite panels was “Leading Lawyers Without a License” featuring Waller’s Teresa Walker, Pillsbury’s Kathleen Pearson and Fenwick’s Camille Reynolds. Coverage from law.com here. Ms. Walker commented: “We’re dealing with people that are highly autonomous. We’re dealing with people

  • From Artificial Lawyer: dealWIP, an “operating system for deals,” …offer(s) ‘a cloud-based workflow integration platform for legal transactions of all types that provides a secure, frictionless and transparent environment for transactional attorneys and their clients’. “The platform will also seek to connect to many other systems a law firm may be using, such as legal