Automated contracts, free legal documents and the singularity

I wrote about the coming legal practice singularity recently. Legal practice is changing rapidly and the prospect of a sufficiently advanced artificial intelligence to start taking over many legal research and similar tasks is fascinating. Unfortunately for many lawyers the wait may not be quite as long as it may take for such artificial intelligenceContinue reading “Automated contracts, free legal documents and the singularity”

What do clients want and how can lawyers deliver?

John Giles, one of the partners over at Michalsons, published a post every lawyer should read. His post is titled “What clients want” and it certainly got my attention: I recently used an attorney to evict one of my tenants and recover rent that they had not paid. It was really interesting to be onContinue reading “What do clients want and how can lawyers deliver?”