Review on Role of Artificial Intelligence in the Life of Legal Profession

  • Manjari Singh
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  • Manjari Singh

    Research Scholar at University of Lucknow, India

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The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the legal profession sector has been increasing in recent years, providing numerous benefits to legal practitioners and clients alike. This paper examines the advantages of AI in the legal profession and how it has revolutionized the practice of law. AI-powered tools have the potential to streamline legal research and document review processes. With the vast amount of legal information available, AI can help lawyers to quickly sift through and analyze this information, leading to increased efficiency and accuracy in legal research. Additionally, AI tools can assist lawyers in drafting legal documents, such as contracts, by automatically suggesting clauses and reviewing them for consistency and legal accuracy. The use of AI in the legal profession can lead to cost savings. By automating mundane tasks, such as document review and contract management, legal practitioners can focus their efforts on more complex legal work, improving their productivity and reducing the time and cost associated with legal services. This can ultimately result in more affordable legal services, making access to justice more widely available. AI can help legal practitioners to make better-informed decisions. AI-powered tools can analyze data and provide insights that would be difficult or impossible for humans to identify. For example, in litigation, AI can assist in predicting the outcome of a case based on past legal precedents and analyzing data patterns. This can help lawyers to make more informed decisions and develop stronger legal arguments. AI can improve access to justice. With the use of AI-powered tools, legal services can be made available to a larger number of people at a lower cost. This is especially beneficial for individuals who cannot afford the services of a lawyer but still require legal assistance. Additionally, AI-powered tools can assist in translating legal documents into different languages, making legal information more accessible to non-native speakers. As AI technology continues to advance, it is essential for legal practitioners to embrace it and adapt their practices accordingly to reap the benefits it offers. However, it is important to recognize the ethical and regulatory challenges associated with AI in the legal profession and address them accordingly.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 1087 - 1096


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