The last five years have seen an explosion in the legal technology market. Across a range of industries, we have arrived at a point where deploying artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly the norm, and law is no exception. The number of firms and in-house teams now operating with some form of assistive AI technology is at an all-time high and it’s only continuing to rise. Just as accountants no longer imagine life without excel, lawyers will soon be unable to imagine their day-to-day without AI.

2019 will bring a shift in the questions that are asked: it is no longer a case of whether this technology is beneficial, but which AI solutions, of the many now available, can best meet requirements. The year ahead will be one of significant progress.

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