A recent article entitled “Robots aren’t automating the jobs we want them to” highlights the somewhat counterintuitive results related to which jobs are susceptible to automation and which are not. With respect to the legal industry, the article states “The practice of law requires many years of studying and understanding laws, cases, and other legal precedence. Recent advances in AI have made the automation of those tasks possible; to date, case law, contract law, and advocacy law have seen the most automation….eBrevia uses AI to extract data from contracts to accelerate diligence, contract analysis, and other related applications.”