Clayton’s AI findings in the press
- June 12, 2017
Our latest research which focuses on the role of artificial intelligence (AI) within small and medium law firms has been featured by the media across a number of different sectors with Marginalia, the Global Legal Post, Totally Legal, Lawyer Monthly, Recruitment International and the HR Director all covering its results.
Some of the key findings show that firms of both sizes understand the importance of AI, regard it as an opportunity to be embraced and do not feel threatened by its impact on their business models.
Our managing director, Lynn Sedgwick commented, “Within larger law firms, the uptake of AI has been a recurrent theme. This may be due to the perception that larger firms have access to the money to finance its development and use, their appetite to risk is greater and the infrastructure they already have in place allows them to develop their use of AI. As the increased use of AI begins to take shape so the larger firms enjoy being early adopters of new technologies, but as the research shows, small and medium sized firms don’t wish to miss out.”