Mr Ravi Kant, Advocate Supreme Court of India is the President of National Network of Lawyers for Rights and Justice (NNLRJ). The National Network of Lawyers for Rights and Justice is a group of activist Lawyers committed for fighting disparities and inequality through legal cases. The NNLRJ takes up pro bono cases in the Supreme Court of India and Different High Courts. If you have a case of Public Importance do let us know and we will take up the matter pro bono.

He also heads the social organization Shakti Vahini which is promoting and defending human rights in India. Shakti Vahini is Indias leading organization working to combat Human Trafficking and Slavery. Mr Ravi Kant is also a lead trainer and lecturer on Human Rights , Human Trafficking ,Child Rights and Violence against Women. He regularly visits various Police Academies across India for training police officials.

Contact NNLRJ India :


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  1. lawreports said, on January 24, 2009 at 18:33


  2. siddhartha shankar mishra said, on March 14, 2010 at 17:48

    I am very much impressed by your efforts for making such a brilliant effort to organize National Network of Lawyers for Rights and Justice (NNLRJ) .

    I want to be a part of yours esteemed network.

  3. ReadersHeaven said, on September 21, 2010 at 19:09

    Hi, nice to meet you !

  4. M.MURALI MOHAN said, on December 1, 2010 at 06:47


  5. Anoop Baranwal said, on June 2, 2011 at 16:17

    Mr. Ravikant Ji,
    On behalf of ‘Voice of Law and Justice’ (a widespread monthly magazine of lawyers and jurists) and family of All India Lawyers and Jurist Council, Allahabad (AILJC) we express our cardial thanks to your wisdom and effort for enlightening the lawyers through the organisation NNLRJ. We will feel pleasure to contribute towards your effort.
    -Anoop Baranwal, Editor, Voice of Law and Justice
    Mobile- 9415215383
    – Dharmpa Singh Sr. Ad. President: AILJC
    – D. R. Chaudhari, (G.A. State of U.P. at Allahabad High Court) Secretary General AILJC
    – Jitendra Kumar Sharma managing editor

  6. Rajeev Kumar said, on June 24, 2011 at 00:53

    I am highly impressed by your endeavours & deeds and am keen to be the part of your network, serving a noble cause.
    Heartiest congrats. and wishing you greater success.
    Rajeev Kumar,
    Lloyd Law College,
    Greater Noida, Delhi – NCR

  7. venkatesh bubberjung said, on October 14, 2011 at 11:25

    Dear Mr. Ravikanth,

    This is an excellent resource. I use the discussions and articles to support my lectures on human rights, litigation support and also to my students of Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media at Bangalore. thank you.

  8. Saroj Thakur said, on February 12, 2012 at 11:27

    I am so happy that I came across this page by chance and grateful to you for rendering this service to humanity.

  9. Babita Kesharwani said, on March 16, 2012 at 14:25

    I m very much happy to see this blog……….. As its also very helpful for law student to get more and more knowledge about law

  10. sanjay surana said, on June 21, 2012 at 17:01

    law relating to adult missing girl. and whom to approach to find the missing girl.

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