LIG Launches Facebook Application
Tue, 02/15/2011 - 11:38 — LIG Reporter
NOIDA, February 14, 2011: LawisGreek.com, or LIG, a platform that aims at simplifying Indian laws for the laypersons, has launched a new Facebook application. Known as ‘Jail or Bail’, this exciting new game is played with Facebook friends. It is witty and a lot of fun.
Some of the fun activities in ‘Jail or Bail’ include sending friends to jail for reasons as hilarious as ‘smelling like a garbage truck’ or ‘flirting shamelessly’, and appealing against being jailed. One can vote for friends to bail them out of jail. Set against a peppy red backdrop, one would find cunning characters and witty proclamations on this game. LIG already has over 21,000 fans on its Facebook Fan Page and hopes to involve them even more with this application.
Speaking at the launch of this application, Ankit Chadha, Product Manager, LIG, said, “Law has always been perceived as troublesome by the people in India. Be it fighting against injustice or exercising rights, there is a certain kind of ignorance they display. ‘Jail or bail’ is an initiative to spice up this ‘boring’ issue.”
Agreeing conceptually with what Ankit Chadha had to say, Priya Nigam, CEO, LIG, said, “Talk about ‘law’ and there is a kind of fear associated with the word…Law is Greek is endeavoring to change that. We have tried to do that by simplifying laws for the layman and by connecting them with the right lawyers…Jail or Bail is a small step in the pursuit of the mammoth objective of removing the negativity associated with the word ‘law’. Come play Jail or Bail and enjoy making your friends pay for things like taking you for granted!”
About Law is Greek: LawIsGreek.com is the Intellectual Property of Veda Informatics Pvt. Ltd. Since its inception in February 2010, LIG has focused on making Indian laws easier to understand. The website offers a platform for Indians living in the country and abroad to connect easily with lawyers and the legal system. LawIsGreek.com has built a repository of highly informative articles, spanning various legal categories, including Constitution of India, Corporate Laws, NRI Laws and Personal Laws. Among the most successful sections of the website are the News section and the ‘Ask for Legal Advice’ section, where anyone who is facing a legal problem can get customized answers from experts in the domain.