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Sharad Goel, assistant professor at Stanford (Photo: Ben Hancock)

PALO ALTO—An underserved legal market. Inefficiency at law firms. Bias and amorality in artificial intelligence. These are some of the themes that were percolating Thursday at the Stanford CodeX center’s FutureLaw conference, an annual event focusing on tech innovation in the legal industry.

Ben Hancock

Ben Hancock is a San Francisco-based reporter covering litigation, technology, finance, and the future of law. He writes a weekly news briefing covering those topics called "What's Next." Ben can be reached via email at bhancock@alm.com, or on Twitter: @benghancock

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