Utilizing ChatGPT Premium for Summarizing Legal JudgmentsPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 19 July 2023
Legal judgments seem to be growing in length, with some reaching the scale of epic novels. For instance, the 2012 Berezovsky v Abramovich case, one of the longest UK Supreme Court judgments in recent history, spanned nearly 500 pages. The rumour of the High Judge needing an oxygen tent after delivering the judgment may be an exaggeration, but it underscores the enormity of the task. While barristers are well-compensated for their efforts in dissecting such judgments, what about the rest of us who need to comprehend and explain these rulings?
At first glance, it might seem that ChatGPT, trained only on data up until the end of 2021, wouldn't be of much help with recent judgments. However,
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