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By Amanda O'Brien | February 6, 2024
Ten firms with roots in the commonwealth that discussed their AI use with Law.com. A majority indicated that most of their use cases for the new technology were internal rather than client-facing.
7 minute read
By Isha Marathe | January 18, 2024
Simpson Thacher's chief knowledge and innovation officer does not believe that new technologies within legal will necessarily lead to job loss. However, there still will be "casualties," he said.
6 minute read
By Stephanie Wilkins | January 16, 2024
Legal industry experts make their predictions for what we can expect for data governance, knowledge management and AI usage in 2024.
10 minute read
By Stephanie Wilkins | December 21, 2023
Legal industry experts make their picks for the biggest developments in artificial intelligence regulation, data governance and knowledge management in the past year.
7 minute read
By Jay Russell, Mark Masson and Ed Estrada | December 8, 2023
How can firms end 2023 strong and set up for success in 2024? Consultants at Lotis Blue Consulting and Estrada Consulting lay out tangible steps to improving firm performance.
11 minute read
By Jeff Cox, UniCourt | November 28, 2023
KM touches everything in law firms connected to technology, data, and service delivery, and it carries the innate potential to enhance all other functions within a firm when adequately utilized.
8 minute read
By Adolfo Pesquera | October 10, 2023
HB 2384 codified a practice that was already in place, but the premise that judicial education was not already mandatory was something of a myth, 124th District Court Judge Alfonso Charles said.
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By Jessie Yount | September 27, 2023
"If we're tapping into data, we can figure out the areas where there are the greatest risks of having a problem and answer those questions better for our clients," said chair Mitch Zuklie.
4 minute read
By Adolfo Pesquera | September 5, 2023
"Now that I'm vindicated, I'll be able to start over once the judgment is entered. But, basically, I'm 74 years old. I've got to start over like a 20-year-old lawyer," Michael Pohl said.
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By Stephanie Wilkins | July 24, 2023
Much like every transformative technology before it, generative AI has been predicted to be the end of knowledge management as we know it. But the law librarians feel fine.
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