AI Expert: Legal Profession Needs Guidelines and Training to Use AI Properly

The legal profession can benefit from artificial intelligence tools but lawyers need to ensure that rules are in place to verify the content generated by AI, according to Rob Scott, Chief Innovator of Monjur and IT attorney.

According to Scott, artificial intelligence can play a number of roles in a law firm’s practice, including:

  • Streamlining contracts through machine learning tools.
  • AI’s role in error reduction and speed.
  • Enhancing contract analysis and compliance.
  • Legal insight and risk assessment. 

You can hear a conversation with Rob Scott about AI in legal work in the player below.

Guest Bio

Robert Scott

Robert Scott is a thought leader in managed services and cloud law serving as the Chief Innovator for his latest venture, Monjur, with a mission to redefine legal services.  Robert has been recognized as the Technology Lawyer of the Year by Finance Monthly and carries an AV Rating as Preeminent from Martindale Hubbell. He represents major corporations in strategic IT matters including cloud-based transactions, managed services contracts, data privacy, and cybersecurity risk management. Robert is licensed to practice law in Texas and holds memberships in several professional associations, including the Dallas Bar Association and the Managed Service Providers Alliance Board. He regularly shares his insights on the MSP Zone podcast and is a frequent presenter in the industry.