Apr 29,2020 | 20 min read

Lawyered and Lawteller Partnering to Enhance Your Discoverability

It gives us immense pride in announcing the collaboration of Lawteller and Lawyered. By this alliance, we will be able to strengthen our discoverability offerings to serve the Legal Industry better.

Lawteller - one of India's first Legal Awareness Magazine, and is being published since 1993. With a subscriber base of over 40K, it has a wide diaspora of subscribers all across India including Judges, Advocates, Government departments, Judicial Officers, Company Secretaries, Armed forces, the general public, academic institutions consisting of a majority of top-ranking Law Colleges in India and High Courts.

Lawyered is the first & only Legal-Tech Discovery Platform helping Legal Professionals in their online and offline outreach. We help them to attain them a Long term sustainable solution.

With a Mission "to help people feel legally empowered" and Vision "to create a world in which every citizen has a legal advisor", Lawyered finds a strong synergy with Lawteller helping in Print Discovery of Legal Professional.

Through this collaboration, Lawyered’s members will get access to the Lawteller Magazine at special discount and also able to feature their various initiatives like:

  • #Mentorhours
  • #AskMyMentor
  • #AMALawyered
  • Article

We hope this collaboration paves the way for a better experience for the legal community.


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