AI & Law: Qualities Of A Legal Domain Programming Language Must Include AI In The Law

Lance Eliot
9 min readOct 24, 2022
Considering what programming languages for the law ought to consist of

by Dr. Lance B. Eliot

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Abstract: When aiming to develop a computer-based app or system for the legal domain, you have numerous options at hand. There are today various no-code, low-code, and full-code options. If you agree that these entail some variant of a programming language, we ought to then be mindful about what functions such a programming language should embody for attaining legal task coding. AI mixes into this topic too, notably so.

Key briefing points about this article:

  • There is a lot of attention toward devising apps for legal tasks
  • You can use so-called no-code tools, low-code tools, and full-code tools
  • Underneath or sometimes on top of things is the programming language being used
  • We must ascertain what legal-domain functions such programming languages need
  • The rise of AI-in-the-law also has significant ramifications for these matters



Lance Eliot

Dr. Lance B. Eliot is a renowned global expert on AI, successful startup founder, global CIO/CTO, , was a top exec at a major Venture Capital (VC) firm.