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WBUR story on doc review

http://www.wbur.org/bostonomix/2017 /11/01/artificial-intelli notreallyalawyer12/01/17
Would. isthisit12/02/17
“With less doc review and private sector work that just me tedandlisa12312/02/17
Exactly what I thought. Plenty of public sector jobs to soak caj11112/02/17
"Tiller's career trajectory supports a theory people often m mrlollipop12/03/17
notreallyalawyer (Dec 1, 2017 - 10:53 pm)

http://www.wbur.org/bostonomix/2017/11/01/artificial-intelligence-legal

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isthisit (Dec 2, 2017 - 1:59 pm)

Would.

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tedandlisa123 (Dec 2, 2017 - 2:22 pm)

“With less doc review and private sector work that just means more people can work in the public sector.”

Haha.

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caj111 (Dec 2, 2017 - 9:06 pm)

Exactly what I thought. Plenty of public sector jobs to soak up the disappearing document review work - uh huh. Also, I never heard of the Massachusetts School of Law, ever. Sounds like another crap school that will be shut down in a few years' time. I'm guessing this woman was about the only person in her class to end up with a real lawyer job, aside from those perhaps who joined their family law firms. Not ABA-accredited, 54% bar passage rate, and according to Wikipedia, the dean, when asked about employment outcomes of its graduates, said "I have no idea. We have never collected statistics on any of that, so we don’t have any notion."

Sounds like a real winner of a school.

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mrlollipop (Dec 3, 2017 - 6:51 am)

"Tiller's career trajectory supports a theory people often mention as a possible silver lining to this shifting job market — the idea that as private law firm jobs dwindle, more lawyers may enter public service."

I really cannot tell if the author is being sarcastic or serious.......

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