Tele-Law in India


Tele-Law in India:

TELE-LAW services (legal advice and information services) can be easily availed at an authorised Common Service Centre near you. To locate one ⇒ CLICK HERE

About Tele Law

Tele-Law is a method to provide legal information and advice with the help of communication and information technology .The Department of Justice and CSC e-Governance Services India Ltd. provides mainstream legal assistance to marginalized communities through this initiative.

The needy citizens will be able to get connected to lawyers for an interactive session through the video conferencing infrastructure available at CSCs thereby to address their issues.

In short Tele-Law aims to avail legal advice, by making use of novel technologies. The project aims to connect citizens with lawyers through CSCs, the assistance from para-legal volunteers are also available for a seamless solution.

Eligible Persons for FREE CONSULTATION

  • Women
  • Children( Below 18 years of age)
  • SC / ST
  • Victims of Trafficking
  • Mentally Ill and Differently abled
  • Victims of Natural Disaster/Ethnic Violence
  • Workers in unorganized Sector
  • People with low income groups (Income as specified by State)
  • Under trials /In custody

Beneficiaries should carry respective documents as proof and reach CSC ,Such as:

  • Aadhaar card
  • Ration card
  • Voter ID card
  • Caste certificate
  • Birth certificate
  • Disability certificate

Note* Documents are not mandatory to avail legal advice.


Legal advice available for the following matters –

  • Dowry
  • Protection from domestic violence
  • Family disputes regarding property
  • Prevention of female foeticide
  • Arrest
  • I.R.
  • Bailable or Non-Bailable offences
  • Process of getting bail
  • Atrocities against scheduled castes(SC) or scheduled tribes (ST)



Common Service Centres are authorised to provide services related to Tele-Law. Click Here, get connected to your nearest CSC.