Tasmania-based Women’s Legal Service has launched a website in collaboration with TRS Law Offices (India). www.girlsgottaknow.in is a website works with the main motto to educate the women about their legal rights.

The website comprises of different heads to choose such as Relationships, partying and trouble, Housing and Renting, Employment, Money and others in “Extras.” Women’s Legal Service Tasmania took the privilege to collaborate with TRS Law Offices and grabbed this fantastic opportunity to see an innovative Tasmanian project adapting to the Indian market. The legal service does play a supportive role in delivering information to the young women out in India.

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Susan Fahey, CEO of Women’s Legal Service Tasmania announces that the Government of Australia has supported the project. The website would be a great platform to educate young women in the country in an accurate and focused manner.

“It is available on the Internet as a comprehensive resource in a format that would engage the audience,” says, Talish Ray, a partner with TRS law offices.

The website provides a brief description of the situation under every section. It also mentions the available legal options in that section. www.girlsgottaknow.in helps Indian women who have got least knowledge on legal affairs. Eventually, this unawareness does more harm. Delhi-based TRS Law Offices is a corporate commercial law firm with offices in various jurisdictions across India.

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