Springbok AI has today (11 June) announced the general launch of SpringLaw, a LLM-agnostic no-code solution that enables law firms and legal professionals to get started with generative AI, configure […]
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This week, we have a lively discussion with June Liebert and Cornell Winston, President and President-Elect, respectively, for the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL). The conversation centers around the upcoming AALL annual conference, scheduled for July 20-23, 2024, at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago. 
June Liebert, Director of Information Services at O’Melveny & Myers LLP, kicks
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Fast-growing Australian verification software company Atticus has closed a £5.6m (AUS $10.84m) minority investment from Skip Capital and Blackbird Ventures. Developed as a faster, easier way to fact-check critical documents […]
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From : Blog Entry >> Dharmarth’s Blog EntryLegal professionals today are moving past the skepticism surrounding AI’s legal implications. They are evaluating applications of AI legal research and analysis. Amongst various reforms AI can introduce, generative AI (gen AI) or legal chatbots have received the highest adoption amongst law firms. A survey by LexisNexis states that lawyers see massive
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There’s gold in them thar hills. Mark Twain in 1892 novel The American Claimant

Almost every law firm has a great wealth of documents and knowledge locked up in work they have previously done in cases and matters. If only they could find it. The problem, as I have discussed before, is that lawyers don’t want to spend nonbillable
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Canadian legaltech company Alexi today (10 June) announced an US$11m Series A fundraise led by Ohio venture capital firm Drive Capital. This brings Alexi’s total funding to over $20m. Chris […]
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Consider this scenario: You see opposing counsel’s name in your email inbox and, immediately, your blood pressure begins to rise. You have been attempting to confer with them regarding dates for the proposed case management order the judge instructed the parties to submit jointly. However, they have thus far been dismissive and ignored the multiple voicemails you left.
When you
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Legal IT Insider’s editor Caroline Hill sat down with Roger Pilc, president of Epiq’s Legal Solutions Business, to talk about Epiq’s AI strategy; the work it is doing with corporates […]
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