The New York State Bar Association has created a 16-member committee to study the impact of technology—including artificial intelligence, e-discovery, data privacy and cybersecurity—on the way attorneys practice and legal services are delivered.

The Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession will work to identify how attorneys can use technology to enhance their practice; help attorneys in achieving “reasonable technological competence;” develop and recommend regulations and best practices for legal service technology providers; and explore ways that new technologies might bridge the “justice gap” and offer better access to courts and legal service to individuals who cannot afford lawyers.

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