Q: KM in law firms went through a period of popularity, but that seems to have faded. Are we coming back around to KM, but in a more “accessible” manner?

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Q: When you say “recipe”, I hear “algorithm” or “flowchart”. How much computer science do law students have to understand to handle modern techno-law practice? Do lawyers/law students have natural affinity for flowcharts/algorithms/systems-thinking or did they go to law school to avoid “math”?

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Q: If you go to work for a law firm, they have a “way of doing things around here” - often represented by their document storage system or brief bank. Isn’t what this is all about?

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Q: What do you think about the recent copyright lawsuits where lawyers who wrote briefs/memoranda that Lexis/Westlaw scraped from PACER?

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Q: Should law schools teach this in Contracts or is this too advanced? (i.e. students need to know the doctrine before they can understand these “meta” issues).

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Q: This looks like the “science” of law. Does this mean there is no “art” in lawyering?

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Q: If we are moving to an “assembly line of contracts” - what does that mean for the lawyer job market?

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Q: Is this only for BigLaw? Can small/solo lawyers/law firms benefit from your software and other similar software? (i.e too expensive for the little guy?)

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Q: Can any of this help with the problem of “legalese”? i.e. Will more standardization result in more readability (generally speaking) or will the automation make it easier to create longer and more complex documents?

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Q: So this is not just about document production, it’s about document analysis?

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Q Are you familiar with a similar sevice/approach for delevoping litigation-related documents - e.g., requests for production in a particular type of litigation or a protective order (or motion therefor)?

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Q: How is with other languages? Is a tool transferable to other languages?

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Q: Does Kiiac perform this process for clients or do they hand off their tool to firms and have the local IT support person use kiiac's software to do document assembly?

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Q: What size firm is Kiiac appropriate for?

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Q: I may have missed this, but who is the audience for this? Lawyers? public?

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Q: This has inspired me to learn some programming skills. Can you recommend a good place to start?

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