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Every lawyer aspires to provide the best service to their clients and every client looks at the value arbitrage for the fees paid. With the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation, there is an opportunity for lawyers to automate routine and monotonous tasks and this will be of benefit to clients.
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