AI in Litigation: 7 Ways Legal Technology Can Improve Litigation Workflows

In the face of sweeping changes to the legal industry, law firms of all sizes are looking for new ways to retain and grow their client base, control costs, and leverage competitive intelligence. With a growing focus on improved practice efficiency, the sheer amount of analytical data, evidence, and case law that attorneys are expected to review is so overwhelming, legal technology has become necessary to help make sense of it all.

Attorneys today can prepare for litigation using sophisticated artificial intelligence tools for legal professionals. The right legal platform can help litigators prepare better and faster than ever before – from the moment litigation is initiated throughout their entire workflow.

Below, we discuss seven ways attorneys can use AI to automate litigation tasks and free up their time to focus on executing a winning strategy.

Navigate legal AI technology with confidence

As legal research and other litigation workflows have evolved to be more dependent on technology, litigators must understand how to effectively use AI for legal professionals if they want to best serve their clients and prepare a winning legal strategy.

Download our report on AI and the Legal Profession in 2024 to explore the most compelling challenges generative AI is bringing to legal professionals, with insights into the hot topics our analysts are watching.

For more than a decade, Bloomberg Law has been perfecting the power of AI to help lawyers speed up and simplify legal tasks. Our AI-driven legal research and tools help litigators prepare better and faster than ever before. Request a demo to see how Bloomberg Law’s AI-powered tools can transform your legal practice.

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