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100 1  Legg, Michael,|eauthor 
245 10 Artificial intelligence and the legal profession /
       |cMichael Legg and Felicity Bell 
264  1 Oxford, UK ;|aNew York, NY :|bHart Publishing, an imprint 
       of Bloomsbury Publishing,|c2020 
300    xiii, 392 pages ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Artificial intelligence : what it is and why it matters --
       The practice of law - what do lawyers do? -- AI and 
       outcome prediction -- AI, pre-trial information gathering 
       (discovery and disclosure) and litigation lawyers -- AI, 
       online courts, and alternative dispute resolution -- AI 
       and transactional lawyers -- AI and regulatory lawyers -- 
       AI and criminal lawyers -- Limitations of AI -- Legal 
       ethics, liability, and regulation in an AI world -- Future
       of the legal profession 
520    "How are new technologies changing the practice of law? 
       With examples and explanations drawn from the UK, US, 
       Canada, Australia and other common law countries, as well 
       as from China and Europe, this book considers the 
       opportunities and implications for lawyers as autonomous 
       systems become commonplace in legal service delivery. It 
       examines what lawyers do in the practice of law and where 
       AI will impact this work. It also explains the important 
       continuing role of the lawyer in an AI world. This book is
       divided into three parts: Part A provides an accessible 
       explanation of AI, including diagrams, and contrasts this 
       with the role and work of lawyers. Part B focuses on five 
       different aspects of legal work (litigation, transactional,
       dispute resolution, regulation and compliance, and legal 
       advice and strategy) where AI is making a considerable 
       impact and looks at how this is occurring. Part C 
       discusses how lawyers and law firms can best utilise the 
       promise of AI, while also acknowledging its limitations. 
       It also discusses ethical and regulatory issues, including
       the lawyer's role in upholding the rule of law"--
       |cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Artificial intelligence|xLaw and legislation 
650  0 Technology and law 
650  0 Practice of law 
700 1  Bell, Felicity|c(Writer of Articial intelligence),|eauthor
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