1. Job Alert: GPT Legal Prompt Engineer

Mishcon de Reya Looking to Hire GPT Specialist. Will we be seeing more of these types of roles?

2. A&O Parters with AI Chatbot

Hello, Harvey: This Elite Biglaw Firm Is The First To Partner With ‘Game-Changing’ AI Chatbot

3. Legal Data & Metrics

In the fourth quarter, the Law Firm Financial Index (LFFI) dropped to a new all-time low score, highlighting the challenges that large law firms continue to face

4. WFH and Data Privacy Failures?

Leadership Blaming Working From Home For Its Own Data Privacy Failures

5. L&D’s influence is increasing — but is it growing fast enough?

Skill needs are changing rapidly and employers may not be proactively building their organizations to reflect that reality, LinkedIn said.

6. Cloud-Based eDiscovery

Is Your Firm Keeping Pace With Cloud-Based eDiscovery?


7. ChatGPT and Policies

As more law firms leverage ChatGPT, few have internal policies regarding its use.  Are guidelines and policies needed for the use of this technology? 
This article discusses four roadblocks to business adoption of generative AI.  
This articles looks at how legal ops teams are being targeted for layoffs in this cost-cutting climate
An interesting piece that walks you through the metaverse, step by virtual step, and explores some of the legal questions that arise along the way.  Its focus is if you have no presence on the metaverse then don’t wait for it because your customers are already there.
Fragomen Launches New Skills Programme in South Africa
South Africa’s legal sector faces a shortage of skilled specialists, with Michael Page noting a growing gap in the market over the last few years due to attractive international opportunities drawing many local legal professionals to emigrate. Specifically, specialist lawyers within the banking, finance and mergers & acquisition space are in big demand in South Africa, especially catering to tech law, legal compliance and African experience.
South African insurtech startup Naked raises $17 million Series B funding.
New York-based niche financial technology business has made two UK acquisitions – one an SRA-regulated law firm – to expand its offering in the fast growing sector of sharia-complaint wills. The legal practice is Birmingham firm iWill Solicitors, a UK pioneer in ‘al wasiyah’ wills. 

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