Panagiotis PERAKIS

Automated legal services are permanently available, easily accessible and affordable. Do they represent a complementary service or a substitution to justice services? Have the problems relating to access to justice been resolved? Can we imagine digital representation by a lawyer before an “online” Court? How can we verify that a person is a lawyer when they operate remotely? What place is there for lawyers in the ethical assessment of digital applications of justice? Should lawyers understand how the automated decision application arrives at its decision?