This study extensively explores the opportunities presented by the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in legal practices, the challenges encountered, and the ethical issues that emerge in this process. AI technologies offer unique advantages to legal professionals across a broad spectrum, from lawyering activities to forensic enforcement applications and judicial activities. These advantages include innovative applications such as rapid analysis of large data sets, decision support systems, and prediction of case outcomes. However, the use of AI in the legal field also raises significant issues such as algorithmic transparency, biases in data sets, accountability, and responsibility. The research provides strategic recommendations on how AI technologies can be effectively integrated into legal practice while assessing the impact of AI applications on judicial processes and individuals' fundamental rights. Specifically, it focuses on the legal framework and ethical principles of AI-supported decision-making processes. The study discusses the steps needed to increase transparency during the development and use of algorithms, reduce biases, and strengthen justice. In conclusion, this research focuses on the ethical, legal, and political frameworks that will shape the applications of AI in the legal field; it develops management strategies and policy recommendations necessary for the fair, transparent, and accountable management of AI technologies. Within this framework, it presents a vision on how AI can transform judicial systems and the long-term effects of this transformation on legal processes, professional practices, and social justice.


Artificial intelligence and judiciary, algorithmic decision-making, AI applications in law, AI in judicial processes