Virtual Law Campus Has Been Recognised As An EduTech And LegalTech Startup By DPIIT And MeitY

Virtual Law Campus

It is a proud moment for Perry4Law Organisation (P4LO) and PTLB as the Virtual Law Campus (VLC) that we started in the year 2015 has been recognised as an EduTech and LegalTech startup by both Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) and MeitY Startup Hub. The VLC is one of the techno legal education and skills development projects of P4LO and PTLB. It is the exclusive techno legal online legal education project of its type in the world.

Now that we have a sound base of knowledge, experience and govt recognition, we have decided to take our Virtual Law Campus project to next level. We already have established the online portals in this regard where we would provide techno legal education and skills development to both legal and non legal professionals.  More details can be found at the Virtual Law Campus Portal of PTLB Projects.

At this moment we are not catering the K12 segment though we have been spreading awareness about legal profession as a career, cyber law, cyber security, intellectual property rights (IPRs) protection, etc at even school level. Soon we would start exploring the K12 segment but right now we are targeting skills development of professionals so that they can perform better.

This is a challenging task as it requires collaboration among different stakeholders like academicians, lawyers, investors and Indian government. We have already done the basic groundwork and now we are working upon the collaboration aspects. If you are an academician, lawyer, investor or Indian government representative, please contact us so that we can collectively pursue this project.

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