"Legal Balm", is a trendsetter for infusing accountability through a new tool of proposed legislation - 'Constitutional Tort'. Pruning of existing laws and non-implementation of various laws has been dealt with head-on by the author, who has sufficient credentials in law and in public service through free legal aid. The original and juristic perceptions by the writer have been dealt with in real life-legal situations by way of application of the systemic correctional and healing balm - "The Legal Balm". The various topics have been dealt with in a concise manner with precision and clarity. The language has been crafted with the dexterity of a master craftsman. The book is a gift not only to Modern India, but also to posterity. The author draws inspiration from Benjamin Franklin's sentiments, thus: 'If you would not be forgotten, As soon as you are dead and rotten, Either write things worth reading, Or do things worth writing'.