The McKinsey Global Institute predicts that in the next few decades, half of the work performed by humans today will be executed by “robotics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.” Recognizing that “machines match or outperform human performance in a range of work activities, including ones requiring cognitive capabilities,” the McKinsey report projects how increased automation will impact a variety of global industries.

For the legal industry, exactly how technological innovation will transform the workplace is subject to much debate. What is beyond question, however, is the growing trend of law firms investing significant resources to advance the integration of innovative technologies and methodologies across their practice groups.

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