Tom Perkins, Penningtons Manches Cooper
28 March 2024NewsFuture of IPTom Phillips and Marisa Woutersen

WATCH: ‘Juniors need to teach themselves how to use AI’

Junior lawyers are ready to adopt AI tools into their day-to-day work, but will probably have to teach themselves how to use them, an associate told Future of IP.

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