vLex-iManage Partnership Enables Single AI-Powered Search of Internal Firm Documents and External Legal Resources, As Well As Automatic Filing of Federal Litigation Documents


Document management company iManage and legal research company vLex now have something else in common besides brand names that start with lower-case letters.

The two companies today announced a partnership that will combine the artificial intelligence and docket-monitoring tools of vLex with the knowledge assets and client and matter folders that a law…

Stanford Will Augment Its Study Finding that AI Legal Research Tools Hallucinate in 17% of Queries, As Some Raise Questions About the Results


Stanford University will augment the study it released last week of generative AI legal research tools from LexisNexis and Thomson Reuters, in which it found that they deliver hallucinated results more often than the companies say, as others have raised questions about the study’s methodology and fairness.

The preprint study by Stanford’s RegLab

Solo and Small Firms Plan to Adopt AI More Quickly than Larger Firms, But Not Fast Enough for Clients, Clio Survey Finds


Solo and small firm lawyers intend to adopt artificial intelligence at a much faster pace than their larger-firm counterparts, but their clients are even more enthusiastic about the technology, believing it can result in more affordable and higher quality services from their lawyers.

So says the 2024 Legal Trends for Solo and Small Firms report,…

Steno Launches Transcript Genius, Aiming to ‘Revolutionize How Attorneys Interact with Transcripts’; Also Announces $46M In New Financing


A first-of-its-kind product launching today aims to “revolutionize how attorneys interact with transcripts” by using artificial intelligence to allow them to semantically search across libraries of transcripts and then dynamically interact with and interrogate individual transcripts to find relevant information.

Called Transcript Genius, it was developed by Steno, a tech-enabled provider of legal…