Among law firms, the topic of “artificial intelligence” (AI) technology is divisive. For some, it invokes thoughts of doomsday scenarios in which the practice of law no longer calls for the lawyer for much of the equation. At present, this couldn’t be further from the truth, and as David Cowen, president of e-discovery staffing agency The Cowen Group, puts it, the actual “rate of change” has been slow.

And yet while Cowen said that “the conventional wisdom” is that “law firms are slow to adopt” technology, this is “changing dramatically, and will continue to change drastically in the next 12 months.”

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