AI Tools for Legal Writing

How AI can help lawyers write legal documents more efficiently, including drafting case briefs and reviewing contracts

Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming workflows in many industries, including the legal profession. Legal AI tools for writing can be especially helpful for productivity. While legal AI tools can enhance productivity by speeding up research, helping draft legal documents, and expediting document review, lawyers must use these tools with caution and understand the associated risks. Bloomberg Law uses the power of AI to help lawyers accelerate their writing processes without compromising quality.

A smarter, faster approach to legal writing

Legal professionals agree that writing, reviewing, and analyzing legal documents are their most time-consuming tasks. Bloomberg Law can help you apply the power of AI to speed up the process without compromising on deep, quality research you can trust.


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Legal writing is traditionally a labor- and time-intensive task for lawyers because it can require hours of sifting through documentation to produce initial drafts of motions, legal briefs, contracts, and settlement agreements. But recent advancements in AI for legal professionals are changing the way lawyers approach writing tasks and have the potential to transform the legal writing process in remarkable ways.

When implemented appropriately, AI tools for legal writing have the potential to increase efficiency and improve quality by enhancing workflows and strategic planning. But they also pose significant risks. Below, Bloomberg Law experts analyze how AI tools can be used to expedite the writing process and detail the product features and capabilities lawyers should look for in AI software.

Leverage the power of AI with confidence

Due to data privacy and ethical concerns, lawyers should approach with caution any AI tools that aren’t specifically designed for the legal profession. That’s why solutions like Bloomberg Law – built by lawyers for lawyers using cutting-edge AI technology for more than a decade – are often considered a safer choice for legal professionals.

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With the unmatched speed of AI for legal professionals layered into the world’s top legal intelligence platform, litigators can prepare faster than ever before. Our automated tools are designed to streamline legal workflows and deliver powerful insights:

  • Points of Law can dramatically speed up the research process and ensure you’ve found all relevant cases and immediately direct you to other cases that discuss the legal principle in question.
  • Brief Analyzer uses machine learning to rapidly analyze briefs and then quickly associates legal content on Bloomberg Law’s platform with the arguments and authorities in a brief, allowing the user to spot holes, review citations and quotes from authority for accuracy, find or check authority, and jump-start a response.
  • Docket Key sets a new standard for how quickly you can find the precise form you need in less time and stay ahead of your caseload. Our proprietary AI-driven search functionality helps you access forms across 20 different filing types, including briefs, motions, and complaints.

Request a demo to see how Bloomberg Law can streamline your legal writing process and help you make your best case.

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