How AI Could Impact Your Doc Management System

It's about to change the game.

ATL-Legal-Tech-Non-Event-Promo-Image-1b-editLaw firms traffic in documents, in heavy volume; folks labeling attorneys as “paper pushers” are not far off the mark. 

So, if you’re gonna be a paper pusher, you might as well push that paper as fast as you can — even as most of it is now electronic copy.

That’s why we invited Jill Schornack of NetDocuments onto the Non-Eventcast to talk over the latest in document management for law firms — yes, including how AI will impact document management and production.

Jill starts by discussing how generative AI — utilizing large language models — has, and will continue to, impact document generation and retention in the legal field (5:17). 

Later on, we discuss the importance for law firms of vetting new AI tools, before deploying them, as well as of the value of prompt management and the establishment of AI skills (14:51). 

Jill then provides an overview of how Microsoft, a company heavily involved in the AI revolution, has made strong pushes in its feature set respecting document management, and how it integrates with legal tools (20:30). 

Finally, we reestablished the importance of law firms using and collaborating on virtual platforms, including about document management (20:55).

If you thought there was nothing new under the sun, when it comes to document management, AI is about to change the game. Listen to this episode, to learn how and why.

And while you’re here, feel free to download the Document Management Buyer’s Guide from Above the Law and LegalTech Publishing to learn more about the very latest in legal tech.

Jared Correia, a consultant and legal technology expert, is the host of the Non-Eventcast, the featured podcast of the Above the Law Non-Event for Tech-Perplexed Lawyers. 

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