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We created A.L.E.C. because we understand that people want answers and do not always want to talk to a lawyer. So, we trained A.L.E.C. on the areas of Arkansas law we practice so we could help our people get information in the easiest way possible.

To ask questions effectively of a language model like A.L.E.C,  here are a few steps you can follow:

Clearly state your question: Begin by clearly articulating the question you want to ask. Make sure it is specific and well-defined to receive a relevant response. Ambiguous or unclear questions might result in inaccurate or irrelevant answers.

Use natural language: You can interact with me using natural language, just like you would with a human. There’s no need to use complex programming syntax or special commands. Simply phrase your question as you would if you were talking to a person.

Add context if necessary: If your question relies on specific background information, provide the relevant context. This helps me better understand the question and provide a more accurate response. Including details about the subject matter or any constraints will improve the quality of the answer.

Specify the desired format or detail level: If you have a particular format in mind for the answer, such as bullet points or a detailed explanation, you can mention it. Additionally, if you need a specific level of detail, you can request that as well. This helps tailor the response to your needs.

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**By using A.L.E.C you agree that it does not create a lawyer-client relationship or form legal advice.** 

Review and iterate: After receiving a response, review it to see if it addresses your question adequately. If you need further clarification or want to explore the topic in more depth, you can ask follow-up questions or request additional information.

Be patient and persistent: Sometimes, due to the limitations of the model or the complexity of the question, the response might not be perfect or may require refinement. If you encounter such cases, don’t hesitate to rephrase or restate your question, provide additional context, or ask for clarification. Iterating through the conversation can often yield better results.

Remember that while language models like me strive to provide helpful and accurate responses, there might be instances where the information provided may not be entirely reliable or up-to-date. It’s always a good idea to verify critical information from authoritative sources, like a free strategy session from wh Law.