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Jan/18: Handle an uncontested US divorce free of charge (AI/Law - 2017-10 - Wall Street Journal)
About 95% of divorces are uncontested, which can cost up to $10,000, the bulk of which is for attorney fees. Starting in February 2018, the chatbox DoNotPay will generate all the documents necessary to file for divorce in the US, without involving lawyers. All you need is to get your partner to sign.
More technology, fewer lawyers, and the future of law (AI/Law - 2017-09 - Jewish World Review)
A book by University Professors Benjamin Barton and Stephanos Bibas argues that the very things that are making life worse for lawyers and law firms may pay off for lower- and middle-income Americans by finally making legal services affordable. Lawyers are being replaced by software, paraprofessionals, and even outsourcing, and their income and employment prospects have been largely stagnant (or worse) for decades.
AI reaches same conclusion as Judges of the European Court of Human Rights 79% of the time (AI/Law - 2017-08 - FutureScope)
AI computer at University College, London was fed all documents relating to 584 cases decided by the European Court of Human Rights on alleged infringements of articles 3, 6 and 8 of the European convention on human rights. The resulting judgments were accurate 79% of the time.
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Meet 'ROSS,' the bankruptcy robo-lawyer employed by some of the world's largest law firms (Robotics/Law - 2016-08 - Financial Post)
ROSS is an artificially intelligent computer system that was developed a few years ago at the University of Toronto as a plain-language legal research tool. Its AI technology replaces the need for Boolean search terms and codes with ordinary, plain language. The system’s output goes beyond locating the names of helpful cases to draw attention to the key passages that might best answer the lawyer’s question.