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The Top Ten AmLaw 100 Law Firms Have Published Close to One Thousand Pieces of Content on AI

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On a quick review it appears the top ten AmLaw 100 law firms have published close to one thousand pieces on Artificial Intelligence.

I was not trying to exclude other law firms, large or small, I was looking to get an idea of the amount of publishing on AI being done by law firms.

A few notes from my search.

  • I searched under the term, Artificial Intelligence, versus AI. Most all of the content began with Artificial Intelligence and then continued with AI.
  • It is not easy to find what you are looking for on many of the law firms’ websites. Content can be mixed among various categories and by different types of publications.
  • The easiest way to find AI content was to search among the content in the Insights and Blogs categories. I stuck almost exclusively with these categories.
  • I didn’t check the content in other publishing categories such as that written for third publications, alerts, newsletters and the like, all of which turned up AI content.

There a number of conclusions I draw from the AI content from these ten firms.

  • AI content is in demand by clients. I have heard from more law firm than one that clients are looking for publishing on AI – and firms are obliging.
  • Representation on AI is in demand and Insights and Blogs are being published to demonstrate firm expertise.
  • Most AI content is a not covered in aggregate in one AI publication or section of a website. AI is covered by lawyers in various publications focused on verticals. Verticals other than AI.
  • Law firms do not have an effective way to deliver their AI content in an aggregated fashion. Blogs by vertical, alerts and content in third party publications are not aggregated for AI.
  • Corporations, organizations, universities, non-profits and individuals looking for insight on AI laws, regulations, policies, guidelines and initiatives in the United States and overseas cannot go from law firm to law firm to find what they are looking for. Finding relevant AI content at one firm is tough. Such content seems to be “all over the place” at many firms.
  • Aggregated, possibly also curated, content for delivery to clients, prospective clients and the public would be helpful – if not necessary.
  • Assuming the next 150 firms published 50 pieces of AI content or 25 pieces of AI content, each we’d have additional 7,500 or 3,750 pieces of AI content. Law firms are publishing machines on AI.

AI represents the most significant technological advancement of our lifetime, prompting the development of complex and evolving laws and ethical guidelines to ensure its safe and responsibly integrated into society.

It only makes sense that we make effective use of the insight that law firms are publishing on AI.