We are a socially conscious and highly modern Non-Profit which operates effectively both offline and in the digital domain with the aim to give back to society what it needs most. Lex Do It is run by a group of dedicated students and professionals who come from diverse backgrounds and share a common vision – to create a better future for everyone through education, empowerment, better governance and greater justice in society. To achieve this aim we work with Governments, Elected Representatives, Police Personnel, Media, Legal Experts, Psychologists as well as other Social Activists who are making strides in this field. We organize Legal Aid Camps; Mental health drives to help people cope with the challenges of an inefficient and tiresome system; Advocacy and activism activities where we engage and educate people; And also conduct Litigation for those amongst us who have been denied justice for any reason whatsoever.


At Lex Do It we believe that as the citizens of a democracy it is not enough to merely have rights – it is equally important to know what these rights are. Every person is born with unalienable Natural and Fundamental rights according to our Constitution. Women’s Rights and Children’s Rights are as important as Human Rights and the Right to Information. Have you ever wondered what your rights are when you are accused of a crime? Or what do you do if your landlord wants to evict you for no good reason? Why is Public Interest Litigation such an effective and powerful tool?

At Lex Do It, we consider it not only our duty but also our privilege to make you aware of your rights and to provide psychological assistance and counselling to underprivileged citizens, unjustified victims and to those inmates who need help but have no forum to turn to. Lex Do It believes in justice for all and works to help those to whom justice has been denied.

Lex Do It! provides legal assistance in areas concerning ­

  • Fundamental Rights
  • Human Rights
  • Women’s Rights
  • Children’s Rights
  • Rights of an Inmate
  • Judicial Remedies
  • Right To Information
  • Public Interest Litigation
  • Alternate Dispute Resolution
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Civil Procedure
  • Legal Drafting