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Review of Reviews: “The Future is Bright Complicated: AI, Apps & Access to Justice,” Okla. L. Rev., Vol. 72, No. 1 (2019)

Emily S. Taylor Poppe, assistant professor of Law, Irvine School of Law in Irvine, Calif.

Study after study reports that most Americans don’t have a financial plan or an estate plan. In recent years, the explosion of “robo-advisors” has promised widespread, low cost access to financial planning. The financial profession has struggled to determine the quality of this technological development, its potential to increase access for quality advice and its threat to highly educated and trained professionals. Professor Poppe addresses the same emerging phenomenon and potential threat to


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