Nathan Walter, founder of Briefpoint, joins Technically Legal to explain how his company is using technology and artificial intelligence to automate routine legal drafting tasks.
A good portion of lawyers’ time and those helping them is copying or re-using prior work. This is especially true in litigation and especially in discovery.
Thankfully more and more apps have been developed that help automate the creation of legal documents. Historically, these programs have been form based and users populated documents by selecting choices from a menu.
But with advances in generative AI maybe form based software is unneeded. That’s what Briefpoint is banking on.
Briefpoint uses tech to analyze legal documents, like interrogatories and document requests, and then generates preliminary responses to give legal teams a head start on drafting.
As Nathan explains, if more legal processes are automated and augmented with AI, it will bring legal fees down and free up lawyers to focus on the complicated stuff rather than cutting and pasting prior work product.
Learn more about Nathan.
Things We Talk About in This Episode
- Generative AI
- How to (Theoretically) Replace Your Judge with AI [Law as a Fractal]
- Patent Practitioners’ Changing Role Drafting Documents
- Dall-E (Image above generated by Dall-E)