Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are fast becoming the industry norm, and in this tech-enabled world, a new breed of lawyer is in demand.

A recent survey we ran at Luminance found that over 80% of senior lawyers viewed AI and machine learning as critical for the future success of their firm. And as leading organizations charge ahead in their AI adoption, the demand for a broader educational system which embraces new ways of working and underlines the importance of today’s technology is growing. There’s just one problem. Law schools are still not doing enough to prepare their graduates for the increased use of technology.

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