Is Your Law Firm Using A.I.? Tell Us How.

We want to hear from lawyers using generative A.I. to better understand how firms incorporate or train the technology.

Noam Scheiber

Law firms are increasingly relying on generative artificial intelligence to produce research and draft documents.

We’d like to hear from lawyers working with generative A.I., including contract lawyers who have been brought on for assignments related to A.I. If you fit this profile, please consider responding to the questions below. Your answers may help us better understand the use of A.I. in law and other professions and inform our reporting.

We won’t publish your name or any part of your submission without contacting you first. If you prefer to share tips or thoughts confidentially, you can do so here.

Noam Scheiber is a Chicago-based reporter who covers workers and the workplace. He spent nearly 15 years at The New Republic, where he covered economic policy and three presidential campaigns. He is the author of “The Escape Artists.” More about Noam Scheiber

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