IMHO the early part of AI will be the reduction in the number of entry level jobs. We're *always* going to need the true experts in the field - but it's the graduate jobs (often little more than bag carriers and paper pushers) which will get hurt the most
What the long-term impact (both to University education and) to the industry is - who knows.
After all you only become an expert in the field by serving your time - don't you (or has the pupillage / junior lawyer already served it's time)?
"When the economy does well, lawyers do well. When the economy does badly, lawyers do well" - Faculty of Law Professor, University of Cambridge c. 2001