Lawctopus Gets Featured in the India Today Magazine! January 2016, Aspire Supplement, Page 20. Yaba-daba-doo!
With your start-up, you are creating the life style for yourself.
Some people like it slow and idyllic, some people like if fast.
Don’t buy into what seems cooler, bigger etc.
Make it large, but know what large means for you.
By Tanuj Kalia
LexisNexis and Lawctopus today announced a broad-based, yet deep collaboration on several areas of mutual interest. Under the arrangement, Lawctopus will help LexisNexis understand and reach out to the law student market through its platform while LexisNexis will certify and award law students who write top-notch content for Lawctopus.
[SUPERLAWYER INTERVIEW] Tanuj Kalia on talent & skill of writing, being an entrepreneur and rise, sustenance and future of Lawctopus
I did well in my first year. From my third year onwards I took exams just to pass them. So, I used to curse myself if I scored anything above 45 marks (40 is the passing mark, so getting a 50 did not make sense; why work that hard for something you do not want). I ended up in the middle of my batch.Read More
Increasingly, more portals are offering specialist services as the industry grows rapidly. As in the case of Lawctopus.com set up two years ago by Tanuj Kalia, who set up the company with four friends while recovering from a bout of chickenpox. Kalia and his friends earn about Rs 6 lakh per year as profit from portal which hosts advertisements and paid blogging services.Read More
We get around 37,000 unique visitors a month which generates more than 2,50,000 page-views . We are with pretty low bounce rate (52%) and 91% of the visitors are from India. 66.5% of our visitors are returning visitors. Also, our Facebook page is now a home to more than 10,000 law students.Read More
We hope Lawctopus has helped you over the years. We’d surely like to grow and this competition can help us gain some cash and visibility. Help us win it! So please do spare a minute and vote for LawctopusRead More
And here is Lawctopus! Our earlier tagline went something like this- Lawctopus: Helping hands for law students. We soon realised that this was a bit uncool, something what Lawstudentindia was. Lawctopus: Causing whirlpools in law schools is something doing the rounds too. Today, we stand by both our taglines.Read More