Browne Jacobson launches GenAI tool to improve lawyer productivity

Browne Jacobson are a leading full-service law firm working across business and society. The law firm came to SCC as it was looking for a Data and AI partner to help them socialise a secure Generative AI tool across their organisation to enable its lawyers with the right knowledge to help its clients with their own understanding of GenAI.

Working with SCC, we were really at home. We felt like we had a similar culture in the way that we approached the problem and very quickly we understood what needed to be done. There was a really good conversation about how practically we could take that forward to deliver the solution against the goals we had.

Chris Fenton

Head of Data & Architecture, Browne Jacobson


Browne Jacobson recognised that GenAI was becoming more important for its clients and therefore needed the ability not just to give advice around the technology, but also to empower its team of lawyers to understand it for themselves. The most effective way to do that was to build a secure, in-house tool that the team could use to build firsthand knowledge of the technology.


SCC helped Browne Jacobson build JAC, a secure GenAI tool built on Microsoft Azure using Azure OpenAI technology. The law firm was particularly proactive in rolling out an adoption and socialisation programme to ensure all users had access to the tool and understood its capabilities.


JAC has been a great success across the firm and delivered on the outcomes Browne Jacobson set to achieve both in terms of the security and socialising the technology. After a successful adoption plan across the firm, there is now widely felt confidence in using the tool meaning that lawyers can directly deliver value to their customers when talking about GenAI.

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