You’ve likely read somewhere that 2017 will be a year for legal technology. While this sentiment and ones like it are often expressed at the beginning of a new year, 2017 does in fact look ripe for transformative disruption. This is in part due to the wide breadth of technologies that fall under the umbrella of “artificial intelligence,” and the even wider breadth of legal technologies to which AI can be applied.

Here are four arenas in which AI is already and will continue advancing legal technology capabilities.

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