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We are in the process of building this Experimental Legal [AI] Prompt Generator to help Blue Ocean Law Group as well as our Clients + Subscribers maximise Titan Lawyer [AI]'s new ability to allow power users to upload up to 75,000 words in a Word, PDF or Powerpoint file and experiment using your own customisable Direct Text Query (in other words you can assume the role of a Prompt Engineer and write your own prompts instead of having Titan Lawyer [AI] write them for you).
This new ability to specify Direct Text Queries or Prompts (in the same manner as mainstream AI tools) is powered by Titan Lawyer [AI]'s early access to Anthropic's 100k Claude 1.3 model.
In a recent LinkedIn Post, the creator of Titan Lawyer [AI] Connor James stated:
"Anthropic have also built something truly remarkable.
Feeding or generating approximately 75,000 words with a single prompt as opposed to GPT-4's approximate 7,000 words, opens up new potential use cases and does away with the need for vector embedding.
Example use cases: feed in an entire short book and ask for alternative endings, analyse financial statements, summarise 150 page documents.
Our experimentation indicates that a 100k model such as Claude 1.3 outperforms GPT-4 combined with strong vector search capabilities.
Best of all, while GPT-4 is 'smart', Claude 1.3 has style, its writing is a joy to read.
The take home message: If you were impressed by Chat GPT, you ain't seen nothing yet."
This Legal [AI] Prompt Generator is intended to be designed and improved using an iterative approach to incorporate your feedback as well as best practices gleaned from fellow lawyers and AI experts +/or Prompt Engineers sharing their knowledge within LinkedIn and more specifically from the Legal Generative AI LinkedIn Group we have recently joined.
Please check back regularly and contact us with any specific requests or ideas that will assist to generate better Legal [AI] Prompts.
We are currently in the initial early design phase so there is not much to see yet and we need all the help we can get!
➲ Prompt Engineer
➲ Mindset Coach
➲ Best Selling Author
➲ Legal Correspondence;
➲ Statement of Claim commencing Legal Proceedings;
➲ Audio recording of a meeting or phone call;
You could use your generated prompt to achieve many potential objectives including the following examples:
➲ De-Identify Parties to a Contract;
➲ Draft a Response to a Letter;
➲ Create a Chronology of Events/Timeline;
➲ Summary/Outline/Bullet Points;
➲ Points for Negotiation;
➲ Blog Post/Article;
➲ Ad Copy;
➲ White Paper;
➲ Book Outline;
➲ Email Sequence;
➲ Social Media Post;
➲ Word Doc, PDF, PPT;
➲ A Table;
➲ Rich Text;
➲ Word Cloud;
➲ Gannt Chart;
➲ Plain Text File.
➲ Background Information, Data or Content.
➲ What is in Scope?
➲ What is Out of Scope?
➲ To Use.
➲ To Avoid.
➲ Constraints such as a Word or Character or Token count limit.
➲ Provide an example of the desired Style, Structure or Content.
➲ Limitation Periods;
➲ Court Filing Deadlines;
➲ Urgent Response Required;
➲ Target Clients/Users;
➲ Client Advice;
➲ Counsel or Opposing Counsel;
➲ Specify Industry.
➲ Specify Legal Jurisidiction.
➲ Request Inclusion of Citations or Sources.
➲ Request Multiple Perspectives.
➲ Request Counterarguments and Potential Replies.
➲ Use Plain English or Legalese;
➲ Use Technical or Industry Terms;
➲ Specific Terms to Use or Avoid;
➲ Request use of Analogies, Case Studies or Examples to Clarify Concepts.
➲ Request Inclusion of relevant Quotes or Statements from Experts.
➲ Encourage the Usage of Statistics or Data to Support Claims.
➲ Request Inclusion of Charts, Graphs or Images.
➲ Request a Clear Call to Action/Next Steps.
➲ Nominate Sensitive Topics or Issues to be Handled with Care or Avoided.
➲ Request Inclusion of URL's/Hyperlinks where Relevant.
The output from most [AI] can be generated in the following languages other than English:
➲ French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Maltese, Thai.
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Titan Lawyer [AI] has been developed from the ground up by Australian Computer Scientist + Lawyer Connor James ensuring only lawyer-curated legal sources are used so that it can deliver high-quality and useful output whilst protecting your privacy.
This Titan Lawyer [AI] ➲ Legal Wizard has been designed and developed with care 👨💻 by James D. Ford Esq., GAICD CIPP/US | ⚖️ Principal Solicitor of Blue Ocean Law Group.
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You (the deponent) make an Affidavit by swearing or affirming that the Affidavit’s contents are true before a witness who must be one of the following:
• Sign in the presence of the witness
• Sgn the foot of each page (excluding annexures)
• Initial any alterations, additions or erasures.
You or the witness MUST:
• Write or type the date in the title at the top of the front page of the Affidavit and in the introductory paragraph of the Affidavit
• Delete the word ‘Affirmed’, if you have taken an oath OR delete the word ‘Sworn’, if you have made an affirmation.
Following this, the witness MUST sign:
• underneath the words ‘Sworn (or Affirmed) at [place]’
• at the foot of each page of the Affidavit (although there is no need for the witness or deponent to sign the first page if it is only the title page of the Affidavit, containing none of the substance)
• the certificate endorsed on any annexure
• the certificate attached to any exhibit.
The witness must initial any alterations, additions or erasures (see UCPR 35.5).
The Affidavit MUST include:
• the witnesses’ name and address
• the JP’s registration number, if relevant.
If the witness is a JP, the JP may provide his or her registration number as a JP in place of the JP’s address.
JPs must write their registration number on any document they sign or witness as a JP in accordance with the “Guidelines for Justices of the Peace” developed in accordance with requirements under the Justices of the Peace Act 2002 (NSW) and the Justices of the Peace Regulation 2014 (NSW) and outlined in the Justices of the Peace Handbook.
If the witness is a notary public, the notary public must apply his or her seal.
Where an Affidavit or witness statement is being taken and the deponent or the witness requires an interpreter, the interpreter must give a certification in the form contained within the forms.
See UCPR 35.6 for more information.
If you are annexing documents to an Affidavit, you must include a certificate on the annexure that contains the following information.
The certificate must not be on a separate page from the annexure.
The pages of the Affidavit and the annexures must be consecutively numbered in a single series of numbers.
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