The March issue of Thomson Reuters Practice Innovations has been released. This issue focuses on AI’s impact on the business and practice of law, transformation of legal education and the ongoing challenges of value pricing and client collaboration.
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Skill Fade: The Ethics of Lawyer Dependence on Algorithms and Technology Brian Sheppard, Seton Hall University Law School
Using Expected Value Calculations and Big Data to Guide Decision-Making by Mark Thorogood , Perkins Coie
Fending Off Incursions by the Big Four into the Legal Industry by V. Mary Abraham
The Opportunity for “Back Office AI” in Law Firms by Sally Gonzalez, Fireman & Co
Suffolk Law School: Leading Transformation of Legal Education Jean O’Grady, DLA Piper Interviews Andrew Perlman Dean of Suffolk Law School and Gabrielle Teninbaum Director of the Institute on Legal Innovation, Suffolk Law,
The Future of Change is Client/Law Firm Collaboration By Toby Brown, Perkins Coie