Just a few days ago, I wrote about the debuts of two new legal technology blogs. Now I learn of another.
Artificial Lawyer provides news and views on artificial intelligence and legal automation. It is run and written by Richard Tromans, founder of Tromans Consulting in London, although Tromans tells me he welcomes ions from other authors — particularly lawyers, CTOs, legal tech companies, academics and consultants working in this area.
Before starting his own firm, Tromans worked at the legal management consulting firm Jomati, where he was a strategy consultant and head of research, and at Hildebrandt International, as report editor in its Strategic Intelligence Group. Earlier, he held editorial roles at Legal Week and The European Lawyer.
Among Tromans’ posts so far, he has even included a work of fiction, imagining what it would be like at a future AI-driven law firm, where the lawyer must face crises such as this:
‘PwC-Linklaters claims there is a risk with one of the smart contract clauses about the solar farm in India. They say we have misjudged the algorithm for calculating subsidy reduction risk to the break even financing agreement.’
The blog has been up just a few weeks. If you are at all interested in AI and the law, be sure to check it out.