How can I get free legal advice?
Where should I approach in order to seek free legal services/aid?
- Taluk Legal Services Committee which is in the premises of the Court in that Taluk; or.
- District Legal Services Authority which is in the premises of the District Court in the District Headquarters; or.
Where can I get free legal advice in India?
The best websites to ask for free legal advice
- Avvo. Avvo is a well-known online platform providing legal services for free to its users.
- Quora. Quora is a connective platform to get in touch with all kinds of advice and answers to queries from different fields.
- Rocket Lawyer.
Can I get free lawyer in India?
In India, one can get a government lawyer for representation in his/her case through free legal aid services provided by the Government of India that includes services by a lawyer for a person’s legal issue/ case in any Court in India.
What should I ask a law student?
Questions for Law Students
- Why did you choose this school?
- What’s the student community like?
- What do you like best about the school?
- What do you most dislike about the school?
- What do you wish you had known before applying?
- What do you wish you had known before starting your 1L year?
How much does a solicitor charge for a will?
Even for a simple will, a solicitor might charge about £200, while more complicated wills – for example where you have been divorced and have children with your ex – could cost several hundred pounds. Specialist wills involving trusts or overseas property, or where you want tax advice, are likely to cost £500 upwards.
What phones are legal?
You can call us on 0117 456 6020, Monday to Friday, 8.30 am to 6 pm (excluding Bank Holidays in England and Wales).
What if I can’t afford a lawyer in India?
Free legal aid can be granted to members of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, women, children, victims of human trafficking, mentally ill or disabled persons, industrial workers, undertrials, victims of natural disasters and ethnic violence as well people with an annual income less than Rs 50,000.
What is Article 39A of Indian Constitution?
Article 39A of the Constitution of India provides for free legal aid to the poor and weaker sections of the society and ensures justice for all. In every State, a State Legal Services Authority and in every High Court, a High Court Legal Services Committee have been constituted.
How can lawyers help the poor?
Lawyers who practice poverty law have the opportunity to use their voice in order to help others. Poverty lawyers advocate for change. They represent clients in court and administrative hearings. They help clients one at a time and work for large-scale change through advocacy and cases with national significance.
What questions should I ask at a law fair?
Having done your research now is your chance to ask us questions: How much client contact do you get as a trainee? Are there secondment opportunities? What is your work/life balance like? Since the start of my training contract, I have attended law fairs, careers fairs and spotlight events representing Burges Salmon.
When should I visit law schools?
In an ideal world, you would start your law school admissions process about two years before you intend to enroll, giving yourself ample time to research and apply to schools. So if you wanted to enter law school the fall after you graduate from college, you’d start planning around the fall of your junior year.