The use of AI is now an integral part of litigious workflows, from practice management and automation exercises, to DIY and chatbot-like legal services, but what does this really look like in practice?
Date : 05/07/23
The use of AI is now an integral part of litigious workflows, from practice management and automation exercises, to DIY and chatbot-like legal services. Although industry-wide adoption within law could be described as relatively slow compared with other industries, lawyers are finding practical use for AI in every stage of their matters’ lifecycles. We are here to explore three key ways in which AI has permeated litigation practice.
Generative AI functionality
Lawyers are now unlocking key connections, events, patterns and insight into their dataset using generative AI technologies. This is a particularly powerful practical use case for AI in larger, more complex cases where the review and analysis of relevant documents are in the hundreds of thousands or millions. Powered by GPT, TrialView’s intelligent search functionality allows users to access case knowledge with incredible speed, meaning lawyers can uncover inconsistencies in their opponent’s case and witness testimony, whilst saving time and cost.
Speech to text technologies
Digital dictation has come along leaps and bounds over the last few years, and has become an invaluable tool for key litigious activities, such as hearings or witness interviews. TrialView’s Witness Preparation Tool includes fully integrated, hyperlinked video transcription. Ensuring compliance with PD 57AC, users can record a verbatim account of witness evidence, and generate a draft witness statement hyperlinked to key documents.
AI can be invaluable for carrying out tedious, labour-intensive tasks such as data entry, processing or analysis. This is especially true for bundling exercises. TrialView’s intelligent workspace allows you to create complex bundles in full compliance with relevant rules. Whether you are working from Excel, PDF, Word or e-mail we enable fast PDF bundle creation with hyperlinked index, OCR and bookmarking. AI tools enable date recognition, smart pagination, dynamic cross referencing and hyperlinking across all documents.
To conclude, these technologies are not only becoming inevitable due to being court-prescribed in some cases, but they are absolutely essential to legal practitioners in their ability to remain competitive as more clients rightly demand price and strategy transparency in relation to their matters.
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