Practicing with the Machines

A buzzword in our profession, Artificial Intelligence has the potential to save lawyers both time and money.  These technologies hold the promise of automating the routine aspects of practicing law, allowing lawyers to focus on more interesting, high level analytical tasks. However, AI has a long way to go before it becomes useful and affordable for solo and small firm attorneys.

The good news is that you don’t need AI to get started automating your practice. There are a host of tools available today that will automate your law firm’s processes, allowing you to streamline your firm and compete in today’s market. So what’s holding you back?

Speaker Bio

Nicole Black is a Rochester, New York attorney, author, journalist, and the Legal Tech Evangelist for MyCase, legal case management software. She also serves Fiandach & Fiandach of counsel.

Nicole is a highly regarded author and influencer in the legal technology space. She is the nationally-recognized author of “Cloud Computing for Lawyers” (2012) and the co-author of “Social Media for Lawyers: The Next Frontier” (2010), both published by the American Bar Association. She also co-authored “Criminal Law in New York,” a Thomson Reuters treatise. As a journalist, Nicole is a frequent contributor to many major legal publications. With regular columns in The Daily Record, Above the Law, and Legal IT Pros, she is tapped regularly to speak at conferences regarding the intersection of law, mobile and cloud computing, and internet-based technology.