Big Law is Having its Uber Moment

Jan 17, 2017

Next Founders alumni Benjamin Alarie was startled to learn, two years ago, that the school’s computer science students planned to “disrupt” his lucrative, centuries-old profession with artificial intelligence, or AI. But the more he thought about it, the more it made sense. Now he’s leading the march of the machines into oak-panelled law offices right across the country—no doubt to the chagrin of thousands of  lawyers (and perhaps a few former students) whose jobs could soon be at risk.

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