Guest post by Justin Tung [1]
What Lexis+ AI is, and What it Promises
On Friday, November 17, 2023, Lexis sent an email announcing access to its new generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool called Lexis+ AI. It promises “the fastest legal generative AI with conversational search, drafting, summarization, document analysis, and linked hallucination-free legal citations.”[2] AI and legal research have had a rocky relationship since AI’s advent and rise to prominence, with instances of attorneys relying on AI to their detriment. However, given its increasing industrial and social ubiquity, many believe that AI is a tool to be refined and improved, and it’s only a matter of time before there’s widespread adoption in the field of legal practice.
Although many smaller companies have launched AI legal-research tools, Lexis, a legal research platform giant, is the first company of its size to do so. It promises to leverage the immense database of legal material

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