LiveLaw Turns 6
Live Law, which started its humble journey on June 13, 2013, completes its sixth year in legal journalism today with editions in English and Hindi.
With the support and encouragement from dear readers, we have grown into a credible legal news portal with several lakhs of visitors per month.
Our growing visitors base - which was 2.6 million unique visitors with 6.3 million page views last month as per Google analytics data - is a testimony to the fact that we have been engaging in accurate and independent reporting of court news and legal developments. Over these years, Live Law has emerged as the world's number one legal news site in terms of site traffic.
Live Law completes 6 years in legal journalism today.— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) June 13, 2019
On this happy occasion, we are proud to say that Live Law is the world's number one legal news website in terms of traffic. pic.twitter.com/idXGvEFXKA
Live Law's quality reporting has earned it several awards and honours, such as the best legal site award by Indian National Bar Association in 2017 and the best legal journal award by IDEX in 2018.
It is a matter of pride for us that several prominent media houses, including international media such as The Washington Post, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, CNN, BBC, Al-Jazeera etc., have extensively quoted and referred to Live Law reports.
We thank our readers, well-wishers and supporters, especially Independent and Public Spirited Media Foundation (IPSMF) & Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiatives, who have made our journey so far successful.
On this occasion, we present to our readers the upgraded mobile app of Live Law with new features. With more than three lakh downloads, Live Law app is the most downloaded legal news app.
As Live Law enters its seventh year, we would like to inform our dear readers that we are switching to subscription model, which will help us to remain truly independent in our efforts to give quality news without bias. Click here to know more about our subscription plans.
We assure our readers that Live Law will continue its unflinching commitment towards fostering the ideals of accountability, transparency and independence of judiciary, which so far has earned us the goodwill of several readers including judges, senior advocates and reputed academicians.
Thank you for your support and encouragement.
Live Law Editorial Team