A couple of weeks ago the Future Lawyer Summit was held in London. The first panel of the day was a no-nonsense look at how law firms are approaching the use of legal AI systems.
What made this panel of great interest was that along with a legal AI company present, in the shape of Emily Foges of Luminance, there was Victoria Duxbury, Associate Director, Knowledge Development Lawyer, at newly merged global law firm, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, who talked about how the firm makes use of legal AI systems.
Artificial Lawyer’s founder, Richard Tromans, chaired, and Marco Imperiale, Innovation Officer at Italian law firm, LCA, were also taking part, but the bits of most interest are without doubt the parts were Victoria is talking about how the firm has made good use of AI technology, especially in the review area.
While some panels are heavy on theory and light on real life experience, this one certainly stands out. Please see the video below, which has been kindly provided by Cosmonauts, which organised the event.
P.S. if you’d like to attend Future Lawyer Week next year – 28 and 30 May 2019, then please check out the site. There will be 500+ attendees; 3 Days of Networking, and 60+ Speakers – and hopefully more real life examples of AI use.
And without further ado, here is the video. The panel begins at about 15 mins in and runs for around 45 minutes. The intro is provided by Daniel Pollick, who until recently was the CIO of DLA Piper in the UK.