Artificial intelligence is rapidly being deployed in legal systems all over the world. While certain types of software offer to replace the lawyer for several relatively simple issues, others aim to help the lawyer to conduct research faster than any human ever could. Globally, AI has already proven to be a valuable ally in the distribution of justice. Consequently, it is no surprise that voices are calling to replace, or at least support, human judges with artificial intelligence. Is this the future of humanity or the start of the apocalypse?