Immigration attorney Bahar Ansari thinks one of the things that might surprise people about work in a virtual law firm is the quality of life. She’s not speaking just from a to-do list perspective, but about the actual integrity of the legal work being performed.

After all, people—especially people juggling heavy caseloads—can make mistakes. So why not bring in a few robots? About 95 percent of the immigration practice at Irvine, California-based, the firm that Ansari co-founded with product designer Alex Pelevin, has been fully automated.

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