Author(s): I Nyoman Gede Antaguna, I Nyoman Putu Budiartha
The ability of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in conducting studies, provide decisions and legal considerations which has been tested against several well-known and experienced lawyers in solving problems, and beyond the prediction the results are astonishing, that AI can be faster and more accurate in reviewing agreements. This has become a hot discourse among practitioners even in the world of education. Various experts predict the ability of AI will be able to reposition the work of law enforcers, including the field of work of lawyers. A profession that is recognized and strictly regulated in Act No. 18 of 2003 concerning Advocates. The formulation of the problems in this study: (i) How does Artificial Intelligence work so that it is considered capable of offering a solution model for the dynamics of social problems (ii) How does the existence of AI affect the relationship with the Advocate profession in Indonesia? This research applies empirical legal research methods. A legal research which its research refers to the concept of law as a behavioral process that repeats itself every time the same thing happens. The concept of law is seen as a pattern of regularity of patterned behavior. The approach used in this research is the socio-legal approach: because this research focuses on social and legal phenomena in society, in this case the existence and empowerment of Artificial Intelligence which is considered to have the potential to replace the role of Advocate, a profession of Offisium Nobile whose existence is protected by Act No. 18 of 2003, and are the legal instruments ready to anticipate the development of Science and Technology which is moving and changing rapidly? Various theoretical approaches are used in this research to make it more structured, so that it can more comprehensively discuss the subject matter.