UAE launches mobile app where residents can seek a...

UAE launches mobile app where residents can seek a lawyer’s advice for free

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The government of UAE has recently launched a smart app where defendants with no enough money can speak to lawyers for free.

Called as ‘Smart Lawyer’, the app offers free online legal services to both lawyers and the general public, including filing litigation cases at any time and linking clients to good lawyers in the area.

Available on the web, Apple Store and PlayStore, the newly launched app has been made available to the public to save time and efforts of the lawyers as they can submit cases for litigation and other applications electronically.

Smart Lawyer can also be a platform between the lawyer and the judicial officials at the ministry.

App users will also be able to view the proceedings of their case and check all documents uploaded by their lawyers.

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