Artificial legal intelligence

Sitting in his seventh-floor office, his desk a mess of documents and his walls lined with whiteboards and oversized paper graffitied by hand-drawn flow charts that somehow represent legal problems, Ron Staudt doesn’t take much time to answer a question he’s been asked for 35 years. The query the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law professor is about to bristle at is whether his years of …

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