In the present modern world professional areas have intermixed. A lawyer is no more an ordinary lawyer but he must be a technology lover too. Similarly, a computer professional is no more a computer freak alone but he must be aware of the legal provisions like cyber law and cyber forensics as well. Similarly, a management professional must also possess technology and law related knowledge as well.
The concept of legal management system in India originates out of this multi discipline approach of today’s professional requirements. Scope of improvement exists in both legal and judicial system of India.
In the legal fields, legal management may be useful for lawyers, public prosecutors and law graduates to not only acquire technology related skills but also to perform their traditional works more efficiently and effectively. Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) is providing techno legal trainings and legal management services to legal fraternity of India. It is providing trainings and education in the fields like cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, e-discovery, e-courts, skills development, etc.
Similarly, Perry4Law and PTLB are also catering the techno legal requirements of Indian judiciary. They provide techno legal trainings to judges and court staff so that they can effectively use ICT for day to day judicial functions. In fact, Perry4Law and PTLB manage and operate the exclusive techno legal e-courts training and consultancy centre of India.
Indian government has sanctioned around Rs 1000 Crore to judiciary for establishment of e-courts. Indian legal and judicial system can be greatly benefited by the legal management system model of institutions like PTLB. Let us hope Law Minister of India would think seriously about using the models suggested by PTLB.
Source: Techno Legal News.