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Trend Report 2018 AI and the future of Law

July 13, 2018

AI is reshaping the way in which law is practised and delivered and is now considered a tangible reality for the industry, offering the opportunity to revolutionise day-to-day legal processes and re-think the way that we approach litigation and basic legal tasks alike. 
>> View the survey report here                                                                

In just the next 18 months there will be huge developments in the sector with new, innovative ways of providing client services and ways working within your department. 
In light of the rapidly evolving legal landscape, Legal IQ have conducted a survey of 200 legal professionals in order to gain an insight into the current trends in AI investment, implementation and impact. 

Key findings from this report: 
Improving internal production capacity within organisations is the most popular objective for our respondents when acquiring an AI tool 
81% of our respondents are looking to invest in AI technology within the next 24 months
Over 50% of respondents believe AI will have a significant impact upon the relationships between private practice and clients
Download your copy of the full report, to discover how emerging AI technologies are impacting the future of the legal sector. 

For more information please contact enquire@iqpc.co.uk or call +44 (0)207 036 1300. 

Kind Regards,
Legal IQ


 

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