It's really heartbreaking that there are thousands of people who become victims of exploitation each day, without even realizing that they have been exploited. Millions of individuals continue to live without access to justice merely because they are either unaware of the mechanisms or do not have the means to access them. There is a need to change, and it is only possible when we strive for a better future.
Here's a little overview of the 'young lawyers' forming YLF
THE GOVERNING BODY
Ummar Jamal is a 4th year law student at the University of Kashmir. Primarily interested in contemporary politics, judicial reforms and theology, Ummar aims to work to augment and expedite the process of justice in India. He is also the National spokesperson of the Jammu and Kashmir Students Association and debate coordinator at the Law society of his law school. He works as campus ambassador of Live Law and Lawtopus, two leading legal websites in India. Additionally, he writes columns in leading news portals, magazines and newspapers.
Email: Ummar's email
MohD. Tuyyab Malik
MEHREEN ALTAF WANI
LATE ABRAR REYAZ
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