Artificial intelligence (AI) in law is arguably the hottest topic in legal tech, but balancing the hype and actual power of the technology calls for taking information with a grain of salt.

Embracing a refreshing sense of humor, the ILTA session “Grading Susskind: The State of Legal 20 Years After the ‘Future of Law,’” placed spotlights on predictions made by legal tech scholar Richard Susskind, many of which made in his 1996 book The Future of Law.

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