Technology, including generative AI, is increasingly finding its way into the courtroom, whether as the subject of lawsuits or in revolutionizing judicial and dispute resolution processes themselves. These trends are expected to ramp up even more in 2024. Some courtrooms are clamoring to find ways to implement AI into their own workflows, while others are sticking to standing orders that require parties to disclose their use of generative AI. In terms of litigation, AI and copyright has been a notable trend, but we should expect to see even more novel questions regarding technologies raised in the courts in the coming year.
The following is a collection of predictions from experts in the legal industry on what’s in store for litigation, the courts and alternative dispute resolution in terms of technology in 2024.