Tele-Law New Commission For VLE

Dheeraj Tiwari

Tele-Law New Commission For VLE

Tele-Law New Commission For VLE:Attention VLEs ! The commission per case for Tele Law has been increased from Rs. 20 to Rs. 65. Let's join hands to make a positive impact – register as many cases as possible & help our rural communities to get invaluable legal guidance from Panel Lawyers.

Tele-Law New Commission For VLE


“Tele-Law” generally refers to the use of telecommunications technology, such as telephones, video conferencing, and the internet, to provide legal services and consultations remotely. This approach allows individuals to access legal advice and information without the need to physically visit a lawyer's office. Tele-Law has gained prominence as technology has advanced and made remote communication more accessible.

Tele-Law can encompass various legal services, including:

  1. Legal Consultations: Individuals can schedule virtual appointments with lawyers to discuss their legal concerns, receive advice, and explore potential legal solutions.
  2. Document Review: Lawyers can review legal documents remotely, such as contracts, agreements, and legal notices, and provide their feedback and recommendations.
  3. Legal Education: Online webinars, seminars, and workshops can be conducted to educate individuals about their legal rights and responsibilities.
  4. Legal Aid and Access to Justice: Tele-Law can be used to extend legal services to individuals who might not have easy access to physical law offices. This can include underserved populations, rural communities, and those with mobility issues.
  5. Mediation and Dispute Resolution: Mediators can assist parties in resolving disputes through video conferencing and other remote communication tools.
  6. Virtual Court Proceedings: In some cases, tele-law might extend to virtual court proceedings, where hearings and trials are conducted through video conferencing.

  7. Online Legal Platforms: Various online platforms provide templates for legal documents and guides for individuals to create legally sound documents themselves.
  8. Legal Research and Information: People can access legal databases, resources, and information online to understand the legal implications of their situations.

About the author

Pratiksha Yadav, a prolific author, delves into the realm of CSCs, dissecting their role in delivering government services to rural India. Through insightful analyses, she evaluates the efficacy of various government schemes, advocating for transparency and citizen-centric approaches. Pratiksha's writings serve as a beacon, advocating for inclusive development and digital empowerment in marginalized communities.