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Legal Aid Centre, University of Lucknow: EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOR ALL

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About Legal Aid Centre, University of Lucknow

Lucknow University Legal Aid Centre (Legal Aid Centre Page) is inspired by the determination to promote ‘EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE’, seek to promote legal literacy, provide free legal service and create socially responsible citizens and to facilitate access to justice to the marginalized and deprived classes of the society.

The Legal Aid Clinic’s awareness programs are catalyst for a layman who has little cognizance of legal knowledge. Lucknow University Legal Aid Clinic (LULAC) is continuously progressive on the path of its determination and purpose of ‘EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOR ALL’ in collaboration with District Legal Service Authority (DLSA), Lucknow, other Social Institutions and NGOs based in Lucknow.

Under the Chairmanship of Dr Anurag Kumar Srivastava

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About Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow

Established in 1921, Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow is a pioneer legal institution of India. The real architect was Prof. R. U. Singh with great zeal and enthusiasm organized teaching and research in the faculty in the systematic way.

The Faculty has introduced LL.B. (Hons.) Five Year Course in 1995. The Faculty offers Undergraduate, Post Graduate, Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Programmes. The Faculty is running a Centre of Excellence on Gandhian Dream of Litigation Free Village. The Law Faculty was separated from main Campus and shifted to the new Campus having a total area of more than 75 acres located on the Sitapur Road, Lucknow from 2002-03.

Prof. C.P. Singh, Head & Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow, Lucknow

Who is eligible for Free Legal Services?

The sections of the society as enlisted under Section 12 of the Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987 entitled for free legal services are :

  1. A member of a Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe;
  2. A victim of trafficking in human beings or begar as referred to in Article 23 of the Constitution;
  3. A woman or a child;
  4. A mentally ill or otherwise disabled person;
  5. A person under circumstances of undeserved want such as being a victim of a mass disaster, ethnic violence, caste atrocity, flood, drought, earthquake or industrial disaster; or
  6. An industrial workman; or
  7. Person in custody; or
  8. a person in receipt of annual income less than 3 lakh per annum, if the case is before a Court other than the Supreme Court, and less than Rs 5 Lakh, if the case is before the Supreme Court.

How to avail Free Legal Services

Services of the Legal Aid Cell are accessible through telephone/email (as provided below) on alldays, from Monday to Sunday.

What does Free Legal Services include?

Representation by an Advocate in legal proceedings; Preparation of pleadings, memo of appeal, paper book; Drafting of legal documents, special leave petition, etc.

Write to us: Legal Aid Centre, Faculty of Law, LU New Campus, Sitapur Rd, Jankipuram Extension, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226031

Amrita Yadav, Student Convenor, Legal Aid Centre for Session 2019-20Puneet Deshwal, Student Co-Convenor, Legal Aid Centre for Session 2019-20

Contact

In case of any specific queries, please write to us at [email protected]or +91-7991200596 (04 PM to 06 PM)

LAC 2019-20 Short Report: CLICK HERE to Access LAC 2019- 20 Short Report

LAC 2018-19 Report: CLICK HERE to Access LAC 2018- 19 Report

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