What junior lawyers need to know about artificial intelligence

AI is creating huge opportunities – but it’s important for junior lawyers to appreciate how such technology will impact their careers

A recent survey by LexisNexis revealed that about 75% of lawyers recognise that the sector is changing faster than ever – yet only about one in five of those surveyed agree that their own firm needs to evolve.

So, what’s behind this apparent paradox? Do 80% of the survey respondents really work for firms that are already at the cutting edge of the profession? Or are they just complacent? And what are the implications for newly qualified lawyers embarking on their careers?

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