By Adam Klein on May 11, 2020
We live in an extraordinary age where automation is streamlining almost every industry, including the practice of law. Law is an industry that has been almost entirely conducted on paper for the majority of its existence and has also been extremely slow to adapt to changing tides technologically. Despite these tendencies, new technology has managed to seep into the practice and improve it, especially now. With the rising usage of artificial intelligence to automate administrative processes, we are seeing more law firms purchase AI-powered technologies to help their lawyers be more productive and practice law more effectively. Let’s look at how artificial intelligence is being applied by attorneys to their practices and to improve not only their professional output but their personal quality of life as well.
Adam Klein just graduated from Fordham Law School, having received the distinctive Albert E. Del Vecchio Memorial Scholarship. He has securities law experience working both in NYC-based law firms and multinational corporations on issues ranging from class-action lawsuits to various forms of public offering. Adam seeks to provide a unique blend of student perspective combined with young employee insight.