23 minutes | May 26th 2020

Can cyborg lawyers convince their clients to listen?

Do you really need a human for the so-called human touch in lawyering, particularly when a big part of the job is convincing the client to be reasonable? Maybe not, according to some people who created apps that they claim help people accomplish tasks traditionally carried about by lawyers. The ABA Journal’s Stephanie Francis Ward talks with legal technologists about how their apps are working to do things such as detect and block sarcasm in texts between parents at odds with each other and quickly find middle ground between people battling over small amounts of money. Special thanks to our sponsor, LawPay.
Play
Like
Play Next
Mark
Played
Share