NALSA is very confident that under the kind patronage and guidance of the Honourable Hon. The Chief Justice of India and the Honourable Executive Chairman A vibrant national network of legal services authorities is provided to the people to provide free and competent legal services to eligible persons. NALSA strives to develop and promote a culture of reconciliation rather than litigation in the country, so that the citizens of this country prefer to resolve their differences and differences in a spirit of goodwill and brotherhood at the table. NALSA also wants to ensure that even the weakest of the weak in the country do not suffer injustice as a result of an abrasive act by the state or an individual. The following list is a breakdown of the different legal professions as well as the authorized regulatory authority for that profession and its independent regulatory body. At the recent Conference of Presidents of the Supreme Court in New Delhi, a resolution was adopted stating that the service records of judicial officers should express their interest in legal aid programs and that all Supreme Courts should take steps to sensitize bailiffs to legal aid programs and programs. Once all bailiffs in the country are made aware of the relevance and importance of legal aid programs, they themselves will begin to deal with the poor, backward and weak layers of society who are unable to hire their own lawyer and take care of their legal affairs. The National Legal Services Authority of India (NALSA) was the lead applicant. It was established with the main purpose of providing free legal aid to disadvantaged groups in Indian society.
 The other applicants in this case were the Poojya Mata Nasib Kaur Ji Women Welfare Society, a registered company and NGO, and Laxmi Narayan Tripathy, a well-known Hijra activist.  The law provides for a national network for the provision of legal aid and legal aid. The National Legal Services Authority is the governing body responsible for establishing guidelines and principles for the provision of legal services in accordance with the provisions of the law and for developing the most efficient and cost-effective systems for legal services. In addition, funds and grants are provided to public legal services and NGOs for the implementation of mutual legal assistance programmes and programmes. The LSB has the power to recommend to the Lord Chancellor to approve other approved regulatory authorities. : p.20/ Sch.2, Pt.2 This means that new bodies can turn to the LSB to become a front-line regulator for parts of the legal profession. Following the coming into force of the ICA 2007, all amendments to the internal professional regulations of these bodies must be approved by the LSB. :s.20/ Sch.3, Pt.3 – Costs of drafting applications for special authorization or other legal documents. The Honourable Justice S.P. Bharucha, Executive Chairman of NALSA, stressed at the working session of the Second Annual Meeting of State Legal Services Authorities in Hyderabad that counseling and mediation centers should be established in all districts of the country to reach a negotiated solution to disputes between the parties. All State legal services are taking steps to establish such centres, which would be extremely useful in resolving pre-litigation disputes and would also assist legal officials in determining whether or not a person who comes to them has prima facie grounds in their favour, which is a prerequisite for the granting of legal aid. The Executive Chair has repeatedly stressed that legal aid should not be provided systematically and that frivolous cases should not be supported by legal aid authorities.
During Rodham`s Senate confirmation hearings, she adopted the philosophy that LSC should seek to reform laws and regulations that she considered “not meeting the needs of the poor.”  Rodham has successfully increased congressional funding for LSC, emphasizing his usual role as an advocate for low-income people to help them with day-to-day legal matters, and describing his funding as neither liberal nor conservative.  In his third year on the LSC Board of Directors, Rodham had tripled the LSC`s budget.  Opposition to the LSC during this period came from both Republican Congressman James Sensenbrenner, who advocated a “Judicare” approach in which private lawyers were paid to work for the poor, and conservative caucus leader Howard Phillips, who opposed the LSC representing homosexuals.  His Lordship, the Honourable Justice S.P. Bharucha, executive chairman of NALSA, has repeatedly urged state judicial authorities to continue to maintain the Lok Adalats under the old model so as not to impede the pace of case resolution by the Lok Adalats. Permanent and continuous Lok Adalats are mainly aimed at resolving disputes in the pre-litigation phase and more contentious cases pending before the district courts, where the parties can only be motivated by repeated meetings in order to reach an agreement. The advisory and mediation bodies in the districts and the permanent Lok Adalats in the districts can be brought together under one roof and work effectively in harmony. The most important contribution of the legal services authorities to the administration of justice would be the settlement of disputes by Lok Adalats in the pre-litigation phase, so that the influx of cases into our already overburdened courts is reduced as much as possible. Most government legal services offices are now equipped with fax machines, computers and e-mail services. These modern arrangements will certainly help legal advisers to act quickly to provide legal assistance and meaningful assistance to the persons in question.