National Legal Services Authority
(NALSA)


The Government of India provides Free Legal Services, including services by a lawyer for one’s legal problem/case in any Court in India. National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) is the authority under the Central Government that works to provide Free Legal Services to the poor and the weaker sections of the society and strives to ensure justice for all.

NALSA has been constituted under the National Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987 to monitor and implement the Legal Aid Programmes and to lay down policies to make legal services available to the citizens of the country under the Act. It also frames effective schemes for the State Legal Services Authorities to implement the Legal Services Programmes throughout India.

LawRato.com - India’s leading lawyer search platform is proud to support NALSA and its aim to ensure that every individual in need of Free Legal Aid reaches the correct platform. Both NALSA and LawRato.com share the same belief that those who cannot afford a lawyer on their own – due to economic or social constraints, are also entitled to the same quality of legal services as those who can.

In order to seek Free Legal Aid by the Government, the first step is to check whether he/she is eligible for it as per the laws. If an individual is eligible, he/she is required to make an application to the concerned authority. If the said application is accepted, the applicant will be provided with the Free Legal Aid/Services.

LawRato.com is a proud supporter of NALSA in its endeavour to guarantee that opportunities for securing justice are not denied to any citizen by reason of economic or any other disability.


Connect With NALSA

For latest updates, information and news, contact NALSA:

Free Legal Aid Helpline: 15100 (Toll free)
Website: nalsa.gov.in

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