With all the twists and turns legal matters take, understanding laws and breaking them down in layman*s language can be overwhelming. But not for these five influencers who have been simplifying the mind-bending nature of law and its loopholes, on social media.
âHow did I not know this?* is going to be your reaction when you read Rupali*s content. AI features you*d have barely heard of [such as WhatsApp*s âBol Behen*], scams you*ve never known of, tax provisions that will save you more than a few pennies - it*s all here.
Harshita Agarwal selects a random term from the law jargon platter (think res judicata or decree) daily, and tells you all about what it means, what it applies to and its genesis. A fourth-year undergraduate law student from Jindal Global Law School, she*s also an entrepreneur and runs a website known as Trace Your Case, which offers legal case briefs for law students.
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Be it a concern as simple as how long your birthday discount code is valid at H&M, or something as complicated as divorce and alimony laws, Tanya Appachu has it all covered. An alumnus of Indian Law Society (ILS) Pune with a special focus on women*s rights, Appachu*s feed has a post on almost everything a woman needs to know about her rights. She also breaks down important global and national events, and explains how these affect us.
If your interest is the legal breakdown of a unique, odd or complicated case, Advocate Priya Tiwari might be of help to you. How to file a divorce if your marriage is not registered? Can s*xting get you arrested? Can you get your partner arrested because s/he cheated on you? Just a few scrolls up and down her feed will give you the answers.
Currently pursuing a Master*s degree in law from Queen Mary University of London, Hiral Nagori strives every day to stay true to her goal: "To make you one per cent smarter daily by posting about basic laws." She focuses on what*s happening currently, and so if you wish to know about a recent judgment, you just have to scroll down her feed.