Revolutionising the Legal Industry: The Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Law

  • Ishan Atrey
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  • Ishan Atrey

    Assistant Professor at School of Law, JECRC University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) use in the legal industry has increased rapidly over the past decade. AI technologies, such as machine learning algorithms, natural language processing, and computer vision, have been applied to various legal tasks, including legal research, contract review, and prediction of case outcomes. While the use of AI in law has the potential to increase efficiency and reduce costs, it also raises concerns about privacy, bias, and accountability. This research paper provides an overview of AI and its applications in the legal industry. The article explores the benefits and challenges of using AI in law and discusses the ethical and legal implications of AI adoption in the legal system. Furthermore, the paper examines how AI could change the legal profession and the role of lawyers in the future. Finally, the report concludes with recommendations for policymakers, legal practitioners, and researchers on how to harness the potential of AI while mitigating its risks. As a result, it has become imperative for every requisite innovation to be socially desirable and justifiable. The use of AI in the legal system has the potential to improve access to justice, reduce costs, and improve the quality of legal services. However, it is important to address the legal and ethical concerns surrounding the use of AI in the legal system. The Indian government is taking steps to do this, and it is likely that we will see more laws and regulations governing the use of AI in the legal system in the coming years. Today, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is gaining popularity among people as it is able to solve many real-world problems first. AI is involved in many fields such as healthcare, business, and manufacturing. Given the huge expansion of AI in these sectors, more than participation in the justice system is needed. Many law firms still use modern technology and software in their work. They prefer to use something other than new technologies like AI to be more efficient and effective. AI allows lawyers to perform routine tasks and free up their time for other important and strategic tasks. This study presents how AI can help make law enforcement more effective and efficient. The present generation has seen remarkable developments in the field of artificial intelligence. The people in large numbers are accustomed to chat-bots and the usage of virtual personal assistants like Siri, Alexa and ok, and Google is increasing rapidly. The present generation has seen remarkable developments in the field of artificial intelligence. Virtual personal assistants such as Siri, Alexa, and Google are becoming more and more prevalent, and India has seen great success in implementing artificial intelligence within its various industries. In Chennai and Hyderabad, robots served and interacted with customers in English and Tamil in robot-themed restaurants. There was a robot in work by the police . In Ahmadabad, in the year 2018, a cardiologist performed the telerobotic coronary intervention on a patient from a distance of 32 km away to his place. The present paper explores the Legal personality of AI, privacy issues, benefits and drawbacks of AI and Law. Artificial intelligence has impacted nearly all aspects of human life, including the legal field. This paper explores the intersection of artificial intelligence and law, including the various applications of AI in the legal industry, such as legal research, contract analysis, and predictive analytics. It also examines the ethical implications of AI in the legal field, such as bias, privacy, and security concerns. Finally, this paper explores the future of AI in law and how it will continue to shape and transform the legal industry.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 1075 - 1089


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