After the University of Michigan Law School announced last week that it’s banning the use of artificial intelligence tools for admission applications, the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University announced late Thursday that it invites prospective law students to use these tools.

Applicants to its degree programs are permitted to use generative artificial intelligence (AI) in the preparation of their application and certify that the information they submit is accurate, beginning in August, according to ASU Law’s announcement.