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Scott Reents

At ALM’s upcoming Legalweek conference, one of the major overarching themes is how artificial intelligence will change the practice of law. In this episode of Law.com’s “Unprecedented” podcast, we talk with one of the speakers at the event—Scott Reents, the lead attorney for data analytics and e‑discovery at Cravath, Swaine & Moore—about the challenges and advantages to integrating AI with the legal profession.

Reents, who formerly worked in the tech sector, talks about why law firm adoption of technology has been slow despite the arrival of powerful legal tech. “It takes a bit of translation to go from really good, cool technology to a reliable methodology that we can use in our legal practice,” he says. “No lawyer wants to be told, and certainly no client wants to be told, ‘Your case is the guinea pig that we’re going to try this on.’”

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