Within weeks of ChatGPT’s public release on Nov. 30, interest in its possible uses in the legal industry exploded. From new products to potential regulation, legal had officially entered a GPT frenzy in the early months of 2023.

Screenshot of Mishcon de Reya’s website.

By February, at least one law firm, the U.K.’s Mishcon de Reya, was already looking to hire a GPT legal prompt engineer

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