The year is 2030. The fight at the top of the Am Law rankings is between divisions of Deloitte and EY. Many lawyers work from home because local and state courts have largely moved online. Artificial intelligence has made contract drafting and review nearly nonexistent. Most new lawyers are fine with that, anyway, because they came out of law school with AI certifications.

You’ve heard this before, right? Perhaps, this is the future that legal technologists (or even George Orwell) would have you see. But the reality could be much different.

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