Just a year ago, law firms were largely hesitant to leverage artificial intelligence to aid their recruitment or hiring process. But legal’s growing reliance on metric-based decision-making and the reignited demand for diversity in law firms have changed their perceptions.
Still, AI hiring tools aren’t commonly found in law firms. But industry observers note that the adoption of such tools may gain momentum if law firms see peers benefiting from such technology.
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