In his research article, “E-justice in Poland: Polish experience,” the author discusses a relatively important subject that members of the society are likely to face, namely the use of modern Internet technologies and electronic devices in courts. At the outset, the author advances a thesis that today’s societies around the world are no longer able to go without the Internet, social networks, electronic documents, and electronic means of remote communication. This is how people do business and maintain contact today. Technology has become embedded in our civilisation as its natural component. This is no different in the court room where modern communication tools serve citizens. The author looks at the technological solutions through the Polish experience, but also through the European experience, in particular CEPEJ operating under the Council of Europe. The author also addresses the important issue of artificial intelligence and indicates areas in the judicial system where it could be applied effectively. The article aims to stimulate a global discussion on e-justice.