There apparently, is a urgent need for India to take up educational and legal reforms. Under this reform attention is required for the amalgamation of legal education with information and communication technology (ICT). An example of latter includes cyber law, which is an important facet of such an interaction of technology and law. Being more academic than professional, Indian education system seems to lag somewhat at the performance front. There is a shortage in India of the institutions that can impart good techno-legal skill development education, training and coaching.
Launching the first ever 'Techno-Legal Online Coaching, Training and Education Centre' in India, Perry4Law and PTLB, targets at developing the skill and talent of the students and professionals seeking a good career in cyber law and allied fields. The initiative proposed looks at inviting interested students, teachers and partners from all the educational streams, encouraging them to be enrolled and contacting Perry4Law at earliest. The contemporary skill requirements are multidisciplinary in nature where a computer science student or professional must also have basic level of legal knowledge.