AI saving African law firms time

A trio of Africa’s top law firms say their use of AI and machine learning is helping them save up to 50% of their lawyers’ time by embedding the tech in their processes.
Bowmans, Webber Wentzel and Cliff Dekker Hofmeyr have all been using the tech for some years, to a greater or lesser extent, but the cost of the tech and general market dynamics have led to slower adoption in Africa than in other regions.

Cathy Truter, head of knowledge at Bowmans, said the firm has invested a lot of time, energy and money in acquiring AI and machine learning tech and embedding it across all of its offices. “And as a firm we are pretty much on par with what the international are doing with it.”

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