uLaw AI can now draft custom documents and letters

uLaw AI can now draft custom documents and letters

It's always nice to get a head start to some tasks through the work day.

Drafting letters can be a time consuming activity. And now, with the help of recently implemented uLaw AI tools, it's possible to provide a few key details about a letter, and then let AI compose a draft document for you to review afterward. (This blog you're reading, however, was written entirely by a human being. )

AI isn't perfect, and it is certainly no substitute for a lawyer's intellect or attention.

uLaw AI Tools can compose a letter based solely on the information provided to it. Through inference and iteration, the tool can produce a very quick draft for you to work with instead of starting from scratch.

"Think of it like instructing a junior associate or assistant to draft a letter on behalf of your firm. You may give them some task to do, with some important criteria about it, but afterwards it is ultimately you who is responsible to ensure the credibility of the documents produced under your own letterhead. The same applies for AI"

Since 2022 uLaw Labs developers have been training generative AI models to be useful for the legal world.

When using AI tools, users have two style options: Simple, and Elaborate.

AI Tools for Document Generation - Matter Management

These are the letters currently supported:

- Retainer Replenish letters

- Non Engagement letters

- Closing letters

How to use it

Navigate to Matters (left hand) -> Document Generation -> AI Tools
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When users select which letter type to generate, input criteria into the 'information' prompt. These details will be repurposed by the AI to produce the draft.

The document can then be downloaded in word, PDF or word stylish format.

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DISCLAIMER: It is imperative that users understand that generative AI can 'hallucinate' and produce strange results. In fact, each time you use the prompt it will generate something different, and it is not always going to produce exactly what you want. This is why users must proof-read and ultimately edit the document before sending it.