How AI Helps Lawyers Do Their Best Work

Check out this podcast from Legal Talk Network:

Thomas Hamilton, Vice President of Strategy & Operations at ROSS Intelligence, examines AI trends in the legal industry and dispels many myths surrounding AI tech.

How is artificial intelligence infiltrating the practice of law? Gyi Tsakalakis and Kelly Street welcome Thomas Hamilton for an examination of current AI tech and trends in the legal industry. From legal-specific to general business applications, they discuss the impact of AI and explain its value for lawyers. They also focus on dispelling fears associated with AI by addressing common myths and illustrating how this tech is becoming a necessary element of the modern law practice.

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Thomas J. Hamilton, ROSS Intelligence

Thomas J. Hamilton is vice president of Strategy & operations at ROSS Intelligence in San Francisco, California. He was trained at Dentons, the world’s largest law firm by number of lawyers, and was educated at Canada’s premier bilingual, bi-juridical faculty of law, McGill University. Thomas joined ROSS to change how humans access the law.



Gyi Tsakalakis, AttorneySync

Gyi Tsakalakis founded AttorneySync because lawyers deserve better from their marketing people. As a non-practicing lawyer, Gyi is familiar with the unique considerations of ethically and effectively marketing a law practice online. He regularly writes and speaks about online legal marketing. He’s always open to talking shop, but if you really want to get him fired-up ask him about Michigan football, coffee, or whiskey. If you’re in the Chicago area, and you’re not a mean person, he’d love to meet-up.

Gyi Tsakalakis is apart of the ABA TECHSHOW 2020 Planning Board.


Kelly Street, AttorneySync

Kelly Street is the Marketing Director at AttorneySync, a trusted legal digital marketing agency. With almost 10 years in the marketing industry helping a variety of small businesses grow, Kelly loves knowledge sharing and creating content above all else.