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As we enter the age of artificial intelligence (AI), there are some concerns in the legal profession that AI could soon replicate their work or threaten their jobs. As we examine the real-world use cases for AI for legal professionals, we quickly see that, despite all the hype, attorneys’ jobs are secure for now: AI will not be writing briefs, interviewing witnesses or arguing cases anytime in the near future.
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