Law is Greek, a first-of-its kind endeavor in simplifying laws for the layperson, launches their brand new features: the latest Legal News Bulletin and Legal Updates from Twitter.
Online PR News – 11-September-2010 – – New Delhi, September 10, 2010: Law is Greek, a first-of-its kind endeavor in simplifying laws for the layperson, launches their brand new features: the latest Legal News Bulletin and Legal Updates from Twitter. Legal Updates from Twitter will enable visitors to read the most valuable, relevant and pertinent tweets related to Indian laws. The Legal News Bulletin is also aimed at offering readers the latest news and updates from the world of law.
These features will help a layperson gain perspective on the current legal issues facing the country and help them begin a discussion around it. Views and opinions can be shared to create and mobilize public opinion to bring in positive change. This will empower individuals to positively impact the fate of the country and enhance our lives. Legal updates from Twitter can also help readers communicate and share their views with like-minded individuals. Pangti, a Twitter user, tweets thus: “Homeschooling is legal & RTE act won't come on its way confirms sibal.” Another Twitter user, visaraj tweets: “India badly needs a 'ONE FAMILY; ONE POST Law. Can't have entire family holding public office.”
The Law Is Greek Legal News Bulletin, at the time of publication, writes about the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi verdict (due on September 24, 2010); the Karnataka HC direction to NIMHANS on euthanasia; and the SC clearance of the Yamuna Expressway Project.
There are several useful and layman-oriented segments on Law Is Greek, which include “Featured Lawyer” and “Ask an Expert.” These sections allow a layperson to ask questions and get his doubts clarified from the experts, be it questions related to the expiry of their passport, traffic violations or details of the IPC.
Besides, the Law is Greek website also features separate sections for the Constitution of India, Personal Laws, Corporate laws, Legal News, and other Indian laws. There is a dedicated section for NRIs as well, which include resources on NRI taxes, real estate immigration, marriage and investment options. These features integrate to make Law Is Greek a user-oriented and comprehensive website that simplifies life and laws for the common man.
About Law Is Greek: A copyright of Veda Informatics, Law Is Greek is an endeavor at enhancing the common man’s understanding about the Indian law. It also offers a platform for reading, analyzing and debating various laws that matter and affect our daily lives.