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July 30, 2015

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Joe Henderson

I do suspect a very good portion of legal work will eventually be done by AI. Too many lawyers are simple too slow to adopt new technologies. As a result, their work is too inefficient and expensive. The legal industry is ripe for disruption and many collective heads will be left spinning as they've failed to recognize their own failings.

But I think you already generally agree with me there. I agree with you that humans will never be completely removed from the system.

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