This is the third of three columns I am devoting to no-code automation platforms and how law firms can incorporate these artificial intelligence tools into their practices. The first column introduced readers to these tools and explained how they work and what they can produce. In that piece, I talked about how these products are easy enough to use that lawyers can build apps themselves. And the apps can take someone through an interview and produce legal analysis and legal documents replicating the same decision-tree process that lawyers do daily. They can also help to automate practice management tasks that can help firms better serve their clients.
The second column provided readers with advice on how to shop for a no-code platform, whether it is expert system software like Afterpattern, BRYTER or Josef, which create a web-based interface for users, or LawDroid and similar products that use a chatbot format.
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