The Tele-Law 2.0 initiative was launched by the Department of Justice, Ministry of Law & Justice.
- Tele-Law 2.0 version entails the fusion of Tele-Law Services with Nyaya Bandhu pro bono legal services, a merger to further enhance citizen accessibility to legal aid.
- The integration of legal guidance, support, and representation through a single registration process stands as a testament to the commitment to nurture a digitally literate and empowered populace.
- Tele-Law programme was launched by the Department of Justice, Ministry of Law and Justice in 2017.
- This is operating under the DISHA Scheme.
- The programme connects needy and marginalised people in need of legal aid with the Panel Lawyers via video conferencing/telephonic facilities available at Common Service Centres (CSCs) situated at the panchayat level.
- In addition, the service can also be accessed through the Tele-Law Mobile App.
- Legal advice is made available to everyone under the Tele-Law service. Advice is free of Cost to those who are eligible for free legal aid under Section 12 of the LSA Act, 1987.