The Boutique Lawyer Show: What I’ve learnt from using AI in my practice
One must always be looking for better ways to do one’s job, says Yule Guttenbeil. In the context of artificial intelligence (AI), this means exploring how best such technologies can be incorporated into a legal practice and leaning into such modes of operating.
In this episode of The Boutique Lawyer Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Attune Legal principal Yule Guttenbeil to talk about how and why he first became interested in AI, how he came by his ethos of finding better ways to do one’s job and how that ethos has served him, and how experimenting with AI platforms has spurred both excitement and trepidation.
Mr Guttenbeil also delves into the headline challenges for AI use for practitioners at this juncture, efficiencies he has been able to identify by using such platforms, the need to be prepared to lose some time in one’s day, in the short term, to gain long-term benefit, lessons he has learnt from his extensive use of various AI platforms, how he thinks such tech will change daily practice for boutiques, and what he is looking forward to with such developments.
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