The AI Writing Assistant Handbook for Law
103 Pages Posted: 24 Feb 2023 Last revised: 31 Aug 2023
Date Written: February 11, 2023
This handbook serves as a guide for law professors, students, and practitioners seeking to harness the transformative potential of Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) in legal writing and research. At its core, this handbook is a list of AI writing tool prompts and ideas that law professors, students, and practitioners can use for their own teaching, learning, and practice. The handbook introduces the ROADMAP framework, a structured methodology for crafting effective prompts that can optimize results when interacting with AI systems. The content of this handbook encompasses a vast array of applications, from idea generation, case summarization and comparison, to intricate tasks like drafting textual material and creating evaluative assessment tools. Readers will find sections on using AI for general inquiries, generating answers, evaluating texts, and grading response, among others. A practice focus section provides insights into drafting various legal documents such as contract clauses, memoranda, pleadings, and client letters. For those seeking guidance on crafting effective prompts, this handbook is for you.
Keywords: artificial intelligence, writing assistants, artificial intelligence tools, ChatGPT, Bing AI, Claude, Poe, Llama, YouChat, Notion AI, prompts
JEL Classification: K00, K10
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