Legal services aren’t cheap, nor is it cheap to practice law—consider overhead costs, transportation, that law degree, and paying everyone needed to make the process flow smoothly. Which, ostensibly at least, partially accounts for why the cost of legal services places them out of reach for many consumers.
Many providers lower legal fees by automating components of the workflow, typically those handled by paralegals and assistants. Taking this a step further is Ailira (Artificially Intelligent Legal Information Research Assistant). On Nov. 13, the company announced its “Law Firm Without Lawyers” service, which aims to take legal services directly to the consumer for a lower cost than those typically charged by a service provider.
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