Despite all the hype around artificial intelligence, legal professionals have been slow to adopt and deploy the technology in-house. According to legal industry analysts, there is really only one area where AI is catching on quicker than others: document review. In e-discovery, for instance, AI is being utilized in technology-assisted review, comprising a large part of many of today’s contract review and analytics platforms.

But while many are still getting their AI document review processes up to par, some forward-looking firms and legal departments are starting to apply AI beyond these two initial areas. Such a move represents an expansion of AI into not just more legal processes, but administrative ones as well.

Contracts’ Big Law Break

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