For some lawyers, artificial intelligence boils down to fears that robots will take over their jobs. But AI offers opportunities for firms that are proactive about incorporating the technology into the services they offer clients. And those who ignore it risk getting outpaced by the competition.

That was the message of the College of Law Practice Management’s conference this year on the future of law. About 125 lawyers and legal operations professionals converged on Atlanta for the annual confab the last week in October, hosted by Georgia State University College of Law. This year’s theme: “Running With the Machines: Artificial Intelligence in Law Practice.”

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