Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has adopted artificial intelligence (AI) into its business in an attempt to boost efficiency and improve the morale of its lawyers. However, the firm’s head of legal risk consultancy Matthew Whalley believes this is only the beginning of how law firms can use AI.

BLP has begun using AI software known as RAVN within its real estate and commercial practices to extract specific pieces information from large documents. The work is essential in many cases but is often time consuming and tedious work, which is passed on to junior lawyers. [continued]

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