Lawyers and Robots Working in Tandem: The Lawyers Applying AI Today

As the information age unfolds, lawyers are turning to the technology they once strongly turned against. LTN explores in this week's AI roundup.

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As the information age unfolds, lawyers are turning to the technology they once strongly turned against. LTN explores in this week's AI roundup.

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