The last few years have seen strides in artificial intelligence capabilities and importance—tech partnerships to facilitate the development of AI solutions, lawsuits to name machines as inventors, and even talent shuffling within the legal industry spurred on by AI companies. 

Yet, in many ways, artificial intelligence is still the shiny new toy in the legal tech stack that doesn’t always live up to its hype.

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