The place for artificial  intelligence & machine learning in law firms

How recent developments can inform the use of these technologies and predict further innovation growth. 

With guest expert, Harry Strange, patent attorney in the Electronics, Physics, & Computing group at Withers & Rogers LLP.


Artificial intelligence is already impacting the legal sector. From Practice Management Automation to Document Assembly, there is a host of AI tech currently making itself known in the lawyer's everyday life. On the most part, these technologies enable the lawyer to complete higher-level tasks such as advising clients, by processing the repetitive and time-consuming work.

Take Legal Research as an example. Previously, law firms had to sift through thousands of documents in the discovery phase of a lawsuit. But now, thanks to AI, it takes a fraction of the time to review huge numbers of documents, levelling the playing field for smaller law firms. 

In this upcoming webinar, artificial intelligence expert, Harry Strange, explores the what, the why, and the how of AI and machine learning. In particular, we will look to answer:

  • What do we mean when we talk about AI and machine learning?

  • Why is there currently so much interest in this field?

  • How are companies responding to this new technology?

In answering these questions, we will uncover the key principles which underpin this technology and help identify some of the key innovations within this field. With a particular focus on intellectual property and the patent landscape, we will examine the ways in which companies are protecting their AI and machine learning inventions and what this tells us about the growth in innovation related to this technology.

Webinar Details

Date: Thursday 30th January

Time: 12 PM  - 1 PM GMT

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Legal Technology Expert Speaker

Dr Harry Strange
Withers & Rogers LLP

In 2017, after spending nearly ten years working in academia with AI, Harry decided to switch career and train as a patent attorney in the Electronics, Physics, & Computing group at Withers & Rogers LLP.

Since then, he has gained experience drafting and prosecuting UK and European patent applications covering a range of technologies, with a particular interest in the areas of artificial intelligence & machine learning, cyber security, and distributed ledger technology.

In 2016, and again in 2017, Harry was awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award for his contributions to Microsoft’s data platform work.


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