I was scrolling down to Math Stack Exchange, and saw how they have the requirements to post a question, where you have to properly present the background of a question since they are not a "homework site". I would like to present such an idea on Law Stack Exchange, so the questions get higher quality. Most questions are just two pieces of lines asking about the policy, not going to lie, most questions are spam about what Indian policy is or not and it goes on spamming. Though I don't know the intent of it, I did also notice most people rely on the quality of the question posted, and we can make some parameters of how to post a question.
Questions can be formatted as they do in Code Golf Stack Exchange, however, I am not saying to directly copy the structure. The questionnaire should provide a Case Problem.
The questionnaire can provide a legal description of that issue and what it is.
An example or application of that law to the real world can be optional but recommended to be provided in the question.
If we have a knowledgeable expert again, they can present the relevant case.
In that way, I would propose questions seem like:
Explain what is the legal problem they are tackling with
What is the worth of this problem, they be able to describe the problem in their own words
Provide an example of how the law can be used in real-life applications. Where can this law be applied?
Citations of relevant statutory or other references
Should there be a structured alternative, like this, or no structure where anyone can directly post two lines or tell me what is the policy?
Edit 1: By background, I would clarify the clear intent of background, a notable act that has occurred. For example, someone can query about defamation, and describe the notable case Depp v. Heard with case problem. Descriptions be reliable judgments to close questions seeking legal advice.