The research becomes easy: The time required for research work can be reduced as lawyers need not scan the new version of law books every week to keep themselves updated. Joilson believes that they can revise the regulations to fit in with their clients’ courts during the trial. Though this method would seem a little annoying for some, it does save up a lot of time considering there is no need to search for every information in different places.
Fewer errors in the work: Joilson has experienced that the introduction of technological solutions significantly reduces the risk of errors that can be induced by overlooking or misinterpretation of any facts and figures, resulting in a drastic change in the judgment. There is less room for such errors when digital systems are used. This will make a difference in many people’s lives by releasing them from lengthy processes that require their presence physically.
Better experience for the clients: Many law firms are delivering convoluted legal services to garner more customers. They unnecessarily complicate the most basic services. Clients are discouraged by the opaque technicalities of the complicated legal language. Joilson believes that better management solutions should be applied for improving productivity and increasing profits. The legal practice management software systems should be made available at cost-effective prices.
Convenient Applications: Joilson has experienced that Legal-based mobile applications and software provide immediate access to sophisticated legal services for common users. The softwares are vital to keeping attorneys and clients informed on the latest changes regarding work progress, remaining budgets, and other aspects that influence the ongoing legal proceedings. On the other side, this software can provide lawyers with an opportunity to maintain communication with other attorneys.
Conclusion : The Brazilian legal system has been using Artificial Intelligence(AI) to make the system transparent and easy to understand. They have included three AI tools. Named VICTOR, the AI tool is the culmination of a multi-year initiative by the Supreme Federal Court of Brazil. It’s designed to streamline legal processes, and it’s already being used by judges to sort through thousands of cases. The Superior Court of Justice in Brazil is harnessing the power of artificial intelligence to process cases more quickly. This platform has been named SOCRATES to group instances of the same type. The Federal Appeals Court for the 3rd Region (TRF3) has introduced SIGMA, an AI program, to be used in their PJe system in 2020. It helps in preparing reports. Joilson believes that artificial intelligence will be an essential factor to consider in legal technology, though there are still some challenges that need to be considered and this will make the legal system better.
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