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Published by zdnetindia.com


AdvocateKhoj is a dedicated case post system for consumers to help people find a well-qualified lawyer for their legal needs. It was launched April 10. It is a joint venture between two privately funded firms - India-based Neosys Inc and US-based Nubia Inc.


"The online legal market in India is at a nascent stage. So long there was just a couple of yellow pages, listing advocates from various parts of India but there wasn't a communication platform like AdvocateKhoj," Anoop Vincent, co-founder of AdvocateKhoj, told IANS.


"Our early statistics show it is quite a promising market." There are over three million cases pending in India's 21 high courts and 26.3 million more cases pending in subordinate courts across the country.


At the same time, there are almost a quarter million under-trials languishing in jails across the country.


"It is obvious that consumers would embrace this new service as all of us prefer to make empowered and informed decisions. The search for a well-qualified lawyer or a good client should be no different," Vincent said.


Unlike in the West, there has been no authentic legal portal for the Indian public until now, when across the world four million people go online every month to get legal advice, Vincent explained.


In recent years many legal aid websites have come up in Europe and America, he said. With this new website, people in India who are in need of legal assistance can present their case by answering some simple questions about their legal situation free of cost on the AdvocateKhoj website and without revealing their identity.


Interested lawyers will also have to register with the website. AdvocateKhoj networks lawyers from 250 locations in India. According to the Bar Council of India, there are over one million lawyers in India and about 60,000 law graduates pass out every year from various colleges in India.


Lawyers enrolled with AdvocateKhoj can review these cases and send their replies to each client. The consumer can view the various responses, check their background information, education and experience, and then make an informed decision on whom to engage for their case.


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