Robert Simon Believes Technology-Driven Legal Industry Will Soon Become A Reality

Robert Simon Explains the Role Of AI In Legal Industry

In the legal industry, technology isn’t being used to its full potential. Despite being aware of its benefits, attorneys and law firms are still using the traditional ways of operations and as a result, are finding it difficult to scale their businesses. This is why, Robert Simon the founder of Justice HQ and the founding partner of Simon Law Group, has decided to help out small law firms by providing the required support and resources.

Robert Simon and his law firm Justice HQ is one of the pioneers in providing a unique membership service that allows attorneys and clients to take advantage of private high-end office space for virtual or in-person meetings, consultations, and depositions. They are known for providing a technology-driven platform to help the attorneys with their daily works, networking, and collaborations.

Robert always stresses the importance of technology in the legal industry and that is why he doesn’t understand why people are hesitant to adopt technology in their law firms. He believes AI will revolutionize the law practices by 2022 or even sooner. Law firms will have to walk hand-in-hand with the changing world or will be left behind. He says, “AI has the ability to read through 10000 high quality documents. Since, it will be based on legal tech algorithm it will be able to frame discovery questions after which a lawyer just needs to review them and sign off the necessary documents. All of this will become a reality much sooner than expected. We at Justice HQ already have a massive assortment of the best of the best depositions, motions, and discovery answers. All AI needs to do is scan through them and learn the best possible way to do it.”

Robert is also confident that AI will greatly benefit the legal industry as it will the time and money of both attorneys and clients. Leading law firms have so much overhead that preparing documents becomes time-consuming and consequently, clients have to absorb the cost. All of this can be avoided with the help of AI. “When the legal industry becomes technology driven in the future with AI, virtual meetings, depositions, and consultations, law firms can easily expand their networks and grow their community quicker. They will find more connections and collaborations then. This is essential for firms because it will allow them to make the best team possible, and scaling and succeeding quickly,” says Robert