Law Bot Pro: Law student develops India’s first free legal AI app

Law Bot Pro: Law student develops India’s first free legal AI app

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New Delhi, Updated on May 9, 2023 10:49 IST

Mandaar Mukesh Giri, a final year law student from VIPS, GGSIPU, has developed India's first free legal AI app - Law Bot Pro. The app offers a comprehensive and user-friendly platform for obtaining legal information. Read here to know more.

Law Bot Pro: Law student develops India’s first free legal AI app

Mandaar Mukesh Giri, a final year law student from VIPS, GGSIPU, has developed an app that aims to help people get access to legal information. The name of the app is Law Bot Pro.

“I wanted to develop an app which would benefit everyone by giving them 24/7 access in an easy to use and understandable manner to answer their legal queries,” said Mandaar Mukesh Giri, as reported by Bar and Bench.

“I know a lot of my colleagues are using ChatGPT for legal research, and it’s not perfect but I did not want to make a bot solely for legal research. I wanted to focus first on spreading legal knowledge and informative aid to citizens who do not know much about law and cannot decipher the complex legal language. Legal access to all is my primary goal and that’s why Law Bot Pro V1 focuses solely on citizens,” added Giri.

It offers a comprehensive and user-friendly platform for obtaining legal information. One of the key features of Law Bot Pro is its intelligent chatbot. The chatbot is programmed to answer questions in plain language, making legal information more accessible to the public. The chatbot makes it easy to use, one only needs to type in their legal question and they will get a clear and concise answer.

Law Bot Pro also utilizes web search technology, which is currently available only in the paid version of ChatGPT, to provide higher accuracy for direct questions. 

Law Bot Pro's Development Story

Mandaar Mukesh Giri first learnt the coding and then developed the initial version. He later collaborated with his brother-in-law Utsav Beri, a senior software engineer in the USA, to develop the different layers that form the basis of the app's operation. Mohini Giri, Giri's sister, who is a lawyer in India and holds a Master in Law in Criminal Law from NY, USA, helped to calibrate the legal prompts to make the app accessible to people with varying levels of legal knowledge.

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