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Legal Artificial Intelligence: Replacing or Helping Lawyers

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When it comes to predictions about artificial intelligence and legal services, much of the press coverage seems to be dedicated to a more Terminator-style villain than friendly robot helper. Predictions include the total replacement of junior lawyers with computers and the use of robots instead of judges. How serious of a risk do emerging artificial intelligence law services pose to legal professionals?

Clio has invited ROSS Intelligence cofounders Andrew Arruda (CEO) and Jimoh Ovbiagele (CTO) to discuss the rise of artificial intelligence, big data, and the impact of this technology on lawyers.

Presented by Joshua Lenon, Lawyer-in-Residence at Clio, we’ll explore:

What is classified as artificial intelligence (AI)
How legal professionals can use AI
What legal AI tools are in development
How lawyers can get started with AI

Published in: Law
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Legal Artificial Intelligence: Replacing or Helping Lawyers

  1. 1. #ClioWeb Legal Artificial Intelligence: Replacing or Helping Lawyers? A ClioWebinar with special guest ROSS Intelligence
  2. 2. #ClioWeb Instructors Joshua Lenon • Attorney,admittedin New York • Lawyer in Residence at Clio
  3. 3. #ClioWeb Guest Instructors Andrew Arruda • CEO and Co-Founder,ROSS Intelligence Jimoh Ovbiagele • CTO and Co-Founder,ROSS Intelligence
  4. 4. #ClioWeb • Why artificial intelligence(AI) (5 minutes) • Exploring AI – What is classified as AI (10 minutes) – How legal professionals can use AI (15 minutes) – What legal AI tools are in development (15 minutes) – How lawyers can get started with AI (10 minutes) • Questions (5 minutes) Agenda
  5. 5. #ClioWeb WHY ARTIFICIALINTELLIGENCE
  6. 6. #ClioWeb
  7. 7. #ClioWeb Firms Invest in Technology Is your firm doing any of the followingto increase efficiency of legal service delivery? • Using technology tools to replace human resources – Under 250 Lawyers–55.7% – Over 250 Lawyers–64.5% Do you think technology replacing human resources will be a permanent trendgoing forward? • Yes – Permanent 84.3% Source: Altman Weil Law Firm in Transition Survey 2015
  8. 8. #ClioWeb
  9. 9. #ClioWeb AI’s Potential EmploymentImpact Task Tier One Firms Tiers Two – Five Firms Strong Employment Effects 4.1% 3.6% Moderate Employment Effects 39.7% 40.4% Light Employment Effects 56.0% 55.7%
  10. 10. #ClioWeb AI’s Potential EmploymentImpact Task Employment Impact Strong Employment Effects 85% Reduction in Employment Moderate Employment Effects 19% Reduction in Employment Light Employment Effects 5% Reduction in Employment Total Employment Impact 13% Reduction in Employment
  11. 11. #ClioWeb What are an attorney’s ethical duties in the handling of discovery of electronically stored information? THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA STANDING COMMITTEE ON PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY AND CONDUCT FORMAL OPINION NO. 2015-193
  12. 12. #ClioWeb An attorneylacking the requiredcompetence for e-discovery issues has three options: 1. Acquire sufficient learning and skill beforeperformance is required; 2. Associatewith or consult technical consultants or competent counsel; or 3. Decline theclient representation.
  13. 13. #ClioWeb An attorney’s obligations under the ethical duty of competence evolve as new technologies develop and become integrated with the practice of law. THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA STANDING COMMITTEE ON PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY AND CONDUCT FORMAL OPINION NO. 2015-193
  14. 14. #ClioWeb EXPLORING AI
  15. 15. www.rossintelligence.com @rossintel
  16. 16. 1936
  17. 17. 1955
  18. 18. 1996
  19. 19. 2011
  20. 20. 2011 - 1936 = 75 years
  21. 21. 400 years
  22. 22. 200,000 years
  23. 23. AI Speech LanguageVisionLearning
  24. 24. AI Learning VisionSpeech Language
  25. 25. How do computers learn?
  26. 26. Neural Networks
  27. 27. Artificial Neural Networks
  28. 28. AI Vision LearningSpeech Language
  29. 29. AI Learning VisionSpeech Language
  30. 30. AI Learning VisionSpeech Language
  31. 31. What do computers see? A
  32. 32. Can a bankrupt company still operate?
  33. 33. BIG DATA
  34. 34. ROSS answers lawyers natural language questions and gets smarter with use.
  35. 35. ROSS preview video shown exclusively to live Clio webinar attendees
  36. 36. ROSS preview shown exclusively to live Clio webinar attendees
  37. 37. ROSS preview shown exclusively to live Clio webinar attendees
  38. 38. ROSS preview shown exclusively to live Clio webinar attendees
  39. 39. ROSS preview shown exclusively to live Clio webinar attendees
  40. 40. How can you bring the powerof Artificial Intelligence to your practice?
  41. 41. Who is using Artificial Intelligence in law?
  42. 42. kbmoran@us.ibm.com @kylilia
  43. 43. www.rossintelligence.com @rossintel
  44. 44. #ClioWeb CONCLUSIONS
  45. 45. #ClioWeb Conclusions 1. Technology is evolvingrapidly 2. Lawyer’s duty of competency must evolvealongside technology 3. Artificialintelligence (AI) is already being applied to legal work 4. Lawyers can use AI to tackle research, analysis and review, and document creation in their practices 5. No matter the tool, lawyers remainresponsible for the work product
  46. 46. #ClioWeb
  47. 47. #ClioWeb Document Automation
  48. 48. #ClioWeb Triggered actions
  49. 49. #ClioWeb QUESTIONS
  50. 50. #ClioWeb Thank You Joshua Lenon joshua@clio.com @JoshuaLenon Linkedin.com/in/joshualenon
  51. 51. #ClioWeb
  52. 52. #ClioWeb 0 100,000 200,000 300,000 400,000 500,000 600,000 700,000 800,000 900,000 1,000,000 1997 2000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Lawyer & Paralegal Employment 1997-2014 Lawyers Paralegals & Legal Assistants Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor
  53. 53. #ClioWeb
  54. 54. #ClioWeb Specialized legal training and knowledge make one employable.
  55. 55. #ClioWeb 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 350,000 400,000 1997 2000 2005 2010 2014 Legal Support Employment 1997-2014 Legal Support Workers, All Other Law Clerks Legal Secretaries Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor
  56. 56. #ClioWeb Technology is replacing employees that support lawyers, not replacing lawyers.
  57. 57. #ClioWeb
  58. 58. #ClioWeb 62% of firms have decreased legal support staff levels. Source: ALM “Law Firm Support Staff How Many are Enough?”
  59. 59. #ClioWeb 97% of lawyers screen their own calls. Source: ALM “Law Firm Support Staff How Many are Enough?”
  60. 60. #ClioWeb 47% of firms increased their spending on staff. Source: ALM “Law Firm Support Staff How Many are Enough?”
  61. 61. #ClioWeb
  62. 62. #ClioWeb

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