In case you weren’t able to make it—or if you need a refresher—in this post we’ll discuss key takeaways from our second annual summer reboot camp. Here’s a little spoiler: by the end of the blog, you might be tired of hearing about AI.
The promise of a tool that can integrate with the software most law firms are already using is a huge draw for AI. In this blog, we’ll go over everything the as-yet-unreleased Microsoft 365 Copilot can do, and what, specifically, lawyers can look forward to in their future adoption of this tool.
Attorney and Chat GPT expert Marc Hoag joins the show! This conversation explores Marc’s experience running a boutique law practice focused on AI law, why Marc believes any law firm not embracing AI technology will be dead or dying by 2025, how attorneys should go about using AI right now and much more!
Even though generative AI is in its infancy, it won’t be long before it’s changed the legal landscape. In this blog, we’ll present a vision of the future of attorneys: the AI lawyer. We’ll discuss how, now and in the future, AI will make it possible for lawyers to get an exponential amount of work done in fractions of the time it takes today.
In early 2023, OpenAI announced that their next model, GPT-4, passed the bar exam in the 90th percentile. What exactly does this mean for the law firm community? Do attorneys need to be concerned? We provide answers in this post.
This episode of Everything Except The Law offers an inside look at the latest developments in the legal marketing community and advice on how lawyers can prepare for the future of law from a marketing standpoint.
Though language models like ChatGPT have been in the works for a while, there has been an explosion in all fields very recently. AI is the topic on everyone’s mind, including in the legal world. In this post we cover what AI can do for lawyers, pitfalls to watch out for, and ethical concerns to keep in mind.