When a legal insurance provider offers advice around the risks of choosing one product over another, law firms tend to listen.

Evidently, it’s no different in the case of mutual legal insurance carrier Attorneys’ Liability Assurance Society Ltd. (ALAS) sending out a bulletin titled “ChatGPT—Not Ready for Prime Time,” which recommended its policyholders avoid using the chatbot for legal matters.

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