AI for Lawyers: How Artificial Intelligence Is Adding Value, Amplifying Expertise, and Transforming Careers (Hardcover)
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Discover how artificial intelligence can improve how your organization practices law with this compelling resource from the creators of one of the world's leading legal AI platforms.
AI for Lawyers: How Artificial Intelligence is Adding Value, Amplifying Expertise, and Transforming Careers explains how artificial intelligence can be used to revolutionize your organization's operations. Noah Waisberg and Dr. Alexander Hudek, a lawyer and a computer science Ph.D. who lead prominent legal AI business Kira Systems, have written an approachable and insightful book that will help you transform how your firm functions.
AI for Lawyers explains how artificial intelligence can help your law firm:
- Win more business and find more clients
- Better meet and exceed client expectations
- Find hidden efficiencies
- Better manage and eliminate risk
- Increase associate and partner engagement
Whether focusing on small or big law, AI for Lawyers is perfect for any lawyer who either feels uneasy about how AI might change law or is looking to capitalize on the evolving practice. With contributions from experts in the fields of e-Discovery, legal research, expert systems, and litigation analytics, it also belongs on the bookshelf of anyone who's interested in the intersection of law and technology.
About the Author
NOAH WAISBERG is Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Kira Systems, whose legal AI software is used by a majority of the world's leading law firms and numerous corporations. Previously, he practiced corporate law at the firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges in New York City. ALEXANDER HUDEK, PHD, is Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Kira Systems. He received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo. Previously, he made contributions to the field of bioinformatics and helped create the first public draft of human chromosome 7 as part of the human genome project.