Access to Justice (A2J) is a concept that is easy to discuss but very difficult to implement. In real life we face many complicated situations where a segment of people is in a precarious situation yet they have no Access to Justice (A2J) and legal services. If there is a timely Access to Justice (A2J) many precious lives can be saved and damage to property and other assets can also be minimised.
While Access to Justice (A2J) is a core Human Right and it must be strengthened yet nations across the globe are struggling hard to meet this objective. What is surprising is that we talk about Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain, etc but we cannot provide basic A2J using simple Techno Legal tools. If we cannot provide A2J by collectively using technology and legal means, can we actually be successful in implementing and using other complicated technologies as mentioned above?
This question has come to my mind because we at PTLB have been managing Techno Legal Projects like Online Dispute Resolution (ODR), E-Courts, Online Skills Development, etc for long. But so far Indian Government has neither adopted such projects nor supported them. There is a complete indifference and apathy on the part of Indian Government to work in this direction.
Though we faced many problems yet we did not loose hope. Instead we strengthened and rejuvenated our efforts in this regard. Till Indian Government do the needful, we at PTLB decided to do something at our level.
We have created a Startup named PTLB Projects that has picked up Techno Legal Projects of PTLB like ODR, E-Courts, Online Skills Development, etc. PTLB Projects has started working in the direction of transforming them into “Scalable Business Models” from “Post Minimum Viable Products/Projects (MVPs)” stage. PTLB Projects is also seeking collaboration with Indian Government on these projects so that collectively we can make India a “Global Leader in Techno Legal Fields”.
PTLB Projects has also launched few new Techno Legal Projects too. One of such projects is TeleLaw Project of PTLB. It is no ordinary TeleLaw project but is the exclusive Techno Legal TeleLaw Project of the world. The idea of PTLB Projects is to provide an online portal where complicated Techno Legal issues can be discussed and resolved. The idea is also to provide affordable and concessional Techno Legal Services to national and international stakeholders alike. However, the “Ultimate Goal” of TeleLaw Project of PTLB is to make India a “Global Leader in Techno Legal Fields”.
We have tested some very fabulous features for the TeleLaw Project and would implement the same when Indian Government and other collaborators would support this project. We have also received some good offers for funding for our Techno Legal Projects and we hope the TeleLaw Project of PTLB would also get some good funding offers soon.
All these efforts have been made by PTLB so that the Human Right of Access to Justice (A2J) can be a reality in India. TeleLaw Project of PTLB is a Human Rights Project for Human Beings by Techno Legal Humans. We have Expert Lawyers and world’s best Techno Legal experts who would support this project. A wide category of national and international collaborating stakeholders have been specified who can make a reference for our TeleLaw Services. Once a reference is made, we would provide our Techno Legal Services in an affordable and concessional manner.
If for some reason you are unable to get a reference from a national or international collaborating stakeholder, you can approach Perry4Law Organisation (P4LO) or PTLB for such reference with all details and we would refer you to the TeleLaw Services. For instance, AFPOH has been authorised by PTLB to make a reference on behalf of rural communities, farmers, rural entrepreneurs, marginalised segments, etc. AFPOH will make a reference on their behalf and then TeleLaw Project of PTLB will take care of their legal problems.
We hope national and international stakeholders would find the TeleLaw Project of PTLB useful and they would extend their cooperation and expertise to this much needed Human Rights project.