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Lawyers may need tech skills as AI changes nature of legal industry

Jeffrey Tan
Jeffrey Tan10/2/2017 08:00 AM GMT+08  • 7 min read
Lawyers may need tech skills as AI changes nature of legal industry
(Oct 2): Twenty-five-year-old Victoria is a trainee solicitor at an international legal firm. Her job involves meeting clients regularly to discuss their legal needs, and then drafting and redrafting legal documents.
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(Oct 2): Twenty-five-year-old Victoria is a trainee solicitor at an international legal firm. Her job involves meeting clients regularly to discuss their legal needs, and then drafting and redrafting legal documents.

It is a tedious job that Victoria, who asked not to be identified by her real name, thinks will soon become easier.

Her firm is expected to make a major announcement related to the use of artificial intelligence (AI) at its upcoming town hall meeting. “I think we see the need to move in that direction,” she tells The Edge Singapore.

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