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This is Legallypedia, which aims to become an encyclopedic resource to help Indian lawyers and law students research jobs and careers, law schools and anything remotely legal and India-related. For this, we need your help!
The first major Legallypedia project will be to create a list and contact details for all major moots in India and abroad in preparation for the 2010-11 edition of Legally India's Mooting Premier League.
Click here for a list of moot court competitions where Indian law schools participate.
A Legallypedia side project will be to create a useful and unbiased directory of India's various law schools.
Please improve or create the article about your law school with helpful and unbiased information for prospective joiners and recruiters.
Legallypedia is gradually looking to create a database of Indian law firms, which will be helpful for those researching jobs or the legal market in general.
A very basic starter list of Indian law firms and a few bare-bone profiles here.
Please expand the profiles of each firm with procedures and contact details for internship applications, as well as descriptions of the type of work offered to interns and young lawyers.
Just like Wikipedia, Legallypedia can not exist without your honest help and relies on reader contributions that are accurate, unbiased and verifiable. In short, let's make sure Legallypedia is full of facts.
Articles on Legallypedia will hopefully help current and future generations of law students and lawyers by sharing collective knowledge and contributing towards more transparency in the legal market.
Right now, absolutely anyone can publish or edit an article on Legallypedia.
In a very small nutshell, you can edit any article on Legallypedia and create as many new articles as you like on legal topics.
And finally, above all, please have fun!