As corporate legal departments and law firms everywhere scurry to assess how they can adopt artificial intelligence and improve efficiencies, eight-year-old legal AI firm Luminance is positioning itself at the vanguard of the industry’s latest and most critical technological shift.

Launched in 2015, the company’s rapidly-expanding law firm customer base already includes more than a quarter of the top 100 law firms, including Slaughter and May and White & Case. Mayer Brown, Herbert Smith Freehills and Clyde & Co are among the newer additions. It also works with major corporates such as Koch Industries, Tesco, Lamborghini and Liberty Mutual.

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