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Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligenceAI will change the legal profession, just not how you are expecting.
The great research debate: paper or pixelsI have a confession to make. The last time I sat down and read an entire book cover to cover was just before I started articling — which is a shame because I thoroughly love books. This is not to say that I don’t read. In fact, a large proportion of my day, like the day of most lawyers, is spent reviewing articles, case law, legislation, and other publications on my computer screen. In other words, it’s not the activity that has changed but the medium used to do it.
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Monday, 22 July 2013 09:00

Advanced searching in Google Scholar

Advanced searching in Google ScholarIn last month’s article, I outlined the reasons why advanced online searching skills are important to lawyers. And we explored some of the advanced searching features of Google Books. The various search features discussed in that article are accompanied with screen shots. You may find it helpful to review that article and the screen shots before reading the present article, in order to get familiarized with some of Google’s advanced search interfaces.
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