The Impact of AI and Machine learning in the Legal Profession

  • Md Tauseef Alam and Sujal Kumar
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  • Md Tauseef Alam

    Student at Lloyd School of Law, India

  • Sujal Kumar

    Student at Lloyd School of Law, India

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Technology is advancing significantly, and the idea of artificial intelligence (AI) has been at the centre of these developments. Machine learning powers the majority of artificial intelligence systems, while some of them also rely on a straightforward set of rules to analyse data. In terms of the methods used to function within the ecosystem, the Indian legal industry has gone a long way. Students and professionals alike must continuously choose courses that will advance their subject-specific and technical skills. A multidimensional approach is essential rather than adhering to a unidimensional one since it aids in broadening one's perspectives. Artificial intelligence has the ability to change how people interact with one another. It modifies how people interact with one another, with the digital world, at work, and with other socioeconomic institutions. Artificial Intelligence comes with extremely great advantages helping legal professionals to take due diligence while doing documentation and research work, for instance, a few years back a student of law and legal professional needed to buy huge volumes of the All-India Reporter, Supreme Court Cases Reporters, etc. for their research work and presently we with the help of AI can get reportable judgments and orders in few clicks. The question is about the implementation of Artificial Intelligence as judges or as attorneys or solicitors at the court of law. The paper will discuss the good as well as some bad impacts of the present and future implementation of Artificial Intelligence in legal education and the legal judicial system, by providing the best possible alternatives and solutions to the problems that come across in the implementation of AI. What are the prevailing applications of AI in the law (i.e., what can machines actually do)? And what, if any, are the limitations of AI in relation to the practice of law (i.e., will computers continue to evolve, develop, learn, and engage in increasingly challenging and nuanced professional legal undertakings)? These are essentially the two questions that come to mind. The paper discusses the answers to these questions with the help of different aspects.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 1876 - 1888


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