A 10-year-old child develops an application to facilitate the work of lawyers: The Tribune India

New Delhi, January 23

A 10-year-old prodigy from Vellore in Tamil Nadu has created an app called “E-Attorney” to help lawyers easily manage client information and case details. Using this application, users can log in and add client documents and store other case information quickly.

Kashishkar’s father, who is also a lawyer, had great difficulty organizing client details during the pandemic. Therefore, when the young boy had to choose a lesson topic for his coding project, he decided to create something that would help his father.

Thanks to ‘E-Attorney’, users can also contact their clients directly and clients, who have access to the application through their lawyer, can also easily consult their case documents stored in the application.

Speaking to IANS, Kanishkar said: “Due to the increased workload, my father came home late every night and when I visited his office from time to time, I saw his juniors and other lawyers. looking for documents, which would lead to further delays.

“Lawyers have to do a lot of things like keeping documents, collecting evidence, talking to clients and also telling them about dates. I wanted my dad to finish his work on time, so he would come home early from the office.

“That’s when I had the idea to create an app to find a solution to this problem. I decided to use my coding knowledge and create an app for my father and other lawyers like him can also easily manage and share their documents. Thanks to “E-Attorney”, they can also keep clients informed. I first created a prototype for this application, which allowed lawyers to connect, enter customer details and store basic business information.However, what started as a small coding project became a passion project when Kanishkar won a competition organized by WhiteHat Jr. online learning for children, and received a grant to develop the application.

The scholarship money helped Kanishkar’s parents turn “E-Attorney” into a full-fledged child-run business. To take his child’s idea further, he created a company called PRK Online Solutions and hired a professional technical team to improve the application, so that it could be developed from a prototype to a web application that can be used by lawyers across the country.

Her father, Rajni K., says, “I’ve been using this app for a few weeks. Its features are very useful. We always had to rely on juniors and employees to notify customers of dates, but this app cut our workload in half. It also minimizes errors. Kanishkar’s mentor, Neelkantan S., who helped the young boy with his coding project, said, “The ‘E-Lawyer’ app is a simple yet powerful tool that has the potential to make a big difference in the life of lawyers. Kanishkar has worked hard to ensure that the app can be used to upload documents and interact with clients. Its design is simple yet impressive and it is very easy to use. Now it is focused on the testing this app and makes it hassle-free. Kanishkar has turned his desire to help his father into a business. He is now excited about the future prospects of this business. Kanishkar started his entrepreneurial journey by testing the app with five lawyers to make sure everything runs smoothly. Currently he is focusing with his tech team to fix bugs and issues. Since this app will store sensitive information related to legal issues, it will require a number of security measures.

A lawyer, K. Mohan K., is testing this application. and while talking about the experience, he said, “I’ve been using this web app for a few days now. The private chat function between lawyer and client is very useful. Its second advantage is that a lot of research can be done there. . Lawyers can easily keep track of their cases through this app.” IANS

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