Thomson Reuters and Morgan Lewis Enter into Partnership for AI Development
As the pace of legal technology innovation increases, Thomson Reuters announced today it is entering into a partnership with global law firm Morgan Lewis to collaborate on new artificial intelligence (AI) driven legal products. Through the partnership, Morgan Lewis will provide feedback to help shape new Thomson Reuters products.
“We’re committed to providing the best tools and technologies that help practitioners,” said Neil Sternthal, managing director of Global & Large Law, Thomson Reuters. “This collaboration will allow us to work side-by-side with Morgan Lewis lawyers on actual legal use cases across a wide variety of practices and jurisdictions. That work will be invaluable in developing new products and services that can address lawyers’ needs.”
“We have long valued our relationship with Thomson Reuters, with whom we share a commitment to being at the cutting edge of legal technology while ensuring best-in-class security and privacy protections,” said Morgan Lewis Chair Jami McKeon. “Together with Thomson Reuters, we are committed to trustworthy generative AI products that provide return on investment and enable our lawyers to achieve new heights for clients. We look forward to working hand-in-hand with Thomson Reuters to make a positive impact on the legal industry.”
Morgan Lewis will receive early access to test new products during design and development efforts, providing feedback on features and usability. Thomson Reuters will work closely with Morgan Lewis’s AI Task Force, as well as the firm’s cross-functional Knowledge Management and Practice Services team to explore new legaltech AI capabilities that can help firms provide greater value to clients, as well as to inform firm operations and policy.