ChatGPT for Lawyers: 101 Practical Prompts

ChatGPT for Lawyers: 101 Practical Prompts by Adam Jabbar is a comprehensive resource specifically designed for lawyers seeking to leverage the power of artificial intelligence (AI) in their legal practice.

With 101 carefully crafted prompts, this book aims to revolutionize the way lawyers approach legal research, document drafting, client communication and case management.

The book has also been ranked #1 in New Releases in Amazon‘s ‘Law Office Technology’ category among the top 100 globally.

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