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Womble Carlyle Teams Up with ROSS Intelligence
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Summary: In an effort to increase capabilities and services for their clients, Womble Carlyle entered into a partnership with ROSS Intelligence.

Womble Carlyle is putting themselves into a position to be more competitive. Their client services and efficiencies are their top priorities so a partnership with ROSS Intelligence makes sense. ROSS will provide the firm with legal research services.

  
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Hiring an A.I. lawyer to help real lawyers conduct research faster so that more time can be spent directly advising clients. The ROSS system works in such a way that users can ask direct questions and receive an accurate answer in seconds.

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Womble Carlyle Vice Chair Ellen Gregg said, “Womble Carlyle is always looking to put our clients one step ahead with the best information and analysis available. ROSS Intelligence’s technology represents a bright future where talented lawyers were able to leverage artificial intelligence to analyze legal issues and make connections that would otherwise be invisible.”

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Womble Carlyle Chief Strategy Officer Bill Turner said, “Embracing cutting-edge technologies, like ROSS Intelligence’s platform, is important for Womble Carlyle to proactively deliver better service, more efficiently. Our pursuit of the ROSS Intelligence relationship was directed by our Innovation Center, which we launched this year to identify leading solutions and client service approaches like ROSS Intelligence.”

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Womble Carlyle is known for being innovative. The 530-attorney law firm has been recognized by Impact Economy Practice and Case Management Facility as being legal industry trend-setters. They recognition report stated they and other top law firms “demonstrate excellence and innovation, and they transcend the boundaries of everyday legal work.” A 2014 BTI report placed Womble Carlyle in the top 5 percent of 650 large corporate law firms that use “technology more effectively or in new ways to add value to clients.”

The law firm even created an Innovation Board this year of attorneys and staff members focused on new thinking and new ideas.

Do you think we will see other law firms enter into partnerships with ROSS Intelligence? Tell us your predictions in the comments below.

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