Bisani Legal is a full-service law firm based out of Bangalore. The firms aim at providing quality legal assistance to MSME, Startups and Individuals. The firm specialises in Contracts, Intellectual Property Rights, Arbitration, Writs and Compliances.
About the Internship
Legal research on IPR, New Age Emerging Technologies, Policies for MSME and Start-ups, various areas of law, case notes.
Interns will get an opportunity to choose the field of law they are passionate and are keen about.
Drafting Contracts and understand the importance and legal implications of each clause.
Writing blog posts, which will be published on the firm’s website.
Drafting petitions, applications for the High Court of Karnataka at Bangalore.
Opportunity to share the research with all the interns and team members on virtual meetings.
Interns are required for a period of three months to six months. The interns get a chance to be absorbed by the firm and get a hoary stipend upon successful completion of the internship.
Who can Apply?
Undergraduate and postgraduate students of Law.
Students pursuing PhD programme in Law.
Interested candidates shall only fill this form to apply for the internship. Shortlisted candidates will undergo two rounds of preliminary interview and a personal interview, before being selected for the interview.
Students are requested, not to email, message, call or fill their details on the website of Bisani Legal. All the application submitted on this link shall be scrutinised and a response will be sent by 24th May 2020.
Direct Interaction with the Founder of the Firm.
Opportunity to interact with clients and be on online meetings with clients.
Learning the optimal use of Google products.
Internship Certificate’ for all selected candidates.
Honorary Stipend upon successful completion of the internship and all assignments.
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