Attorney Todd Levine Shares His Thoughts About Artificial Intelligence In The Courtroom

Attorney Todd Levine is a founding member of the Miami, Florida, law firm Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen and Levine, P.L. His law firm handles every type of legal case while his particular specialty is property disputes. He enjoys handling complex real estate cases, in particular, and figuring out what legal strategies to follow in order to advocate for his client.

He has had several types of clients seek him out to handle their case. This includes people buying and selling real estate, property developers, contractors, real estate brokers, lending firms, and property managers. Todd Levine has also handled the legal cases of investment partnerships.

He graduated in 1988 from the University of Florida where he studied finance. He then attended the Florida Levin College of Law, earning his law degree in 1991 with honors.

Todd Levine recently shared his thoughts about robotics and artificial intelligence being involved in a case. There are now law firms in America that use AI to deal with complex data. He says that no robot can do the work that an attorney can. He also points out that robots can’t serve on a jury because they aren’t the peers of humans. On the other side, he says that a jury of humans isn’t going to sit around while a pair of Amazon Echos presents their legal cases.

His clients are usually surprised when they find out that Todd Levine is a pretty talented musician. He first picked up the guitar as a pre-teenager and can now play the keyboard as well. He is also an artist. He says that using these creative skills gets him in the right frame of mind to also be creative when it comes to designing legal defenses for his client’s in a way that makes sense to a judge and jury.