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Replacing the CD with a Cassette Tape and other Foundational Considerations Brought Upon by Remote Justice
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‘Reaffirming the Superiority of Human Attorneys in Legal Document Review and Examining the Limitations of Algorithmic Approaches to Discovery’: Not So Fast
by Maura R. Grossman & Gordon V. Cormack
Humans Against the Machines: Still Reaffirming the Superiority of Human Attorneys in Legal Document Review
by Robert Keeling, Rishi Chhatwal, Peter Gronvall,
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