Presentation question about the OpenExpert.org expert system. Expert systems in legal clinics can help with preservation of knowledge in a place where turnover is high by design, helps train new students, help new students find solutions more quickly and finally system can be made publicly available via the web.
Does an expert system replace students? No. Expert systems are good but they have limits and are much more effective when utilized by a trained person. They also don't solve all types of problems or in areas where there are subjective evaluations. It is best at areas of clearly defined law with lots of options (tax law, child support etc.).
We need integration of the expert system with case management software and knowledge management software