For law firms and their clients, the promises and the challenges of new technologies were both on display earlier this month at a Georgia State University College of Law symposium on turning artificial intelligence into legal intelligence.

Three lawyers who turned to careers in legal technology, Joe Tiano of Legal Decoder, Alison Grounds of Troutman Sanders’ eMerge subsidiary and Ed Walters of Fastcase, discussed AI’s impact on billing, e-discovery, legal research and beyond.

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