SFLC.IN (Software Freedom Law Center) is a New Delhi based Non Profit organisation that provides pro-bono legal representation and other law-related services to protect and advance Free and Open Source Software (FLOSS) and to protect digital civil liberties of the citizens of India.
iJustice is a public interest law firm, an initiative of the Centre for Civil Society, New Delhi and Atlas Economic Research Foundation, USA. We use strategic litigation and advocacy by representing litigants whose fundamental rights have been abridged by any action of the government.
Biocon is looking to hire a law student intern. The candidate would be working in the legal department and will involved in various function within department. We are looking at someone who is dedicated and hard working with good communication skills.
Location : Noida
Duration : One Month
Work profile : Head Noting, Books Editing, International Statute Updation
Eligibility : Flair for writing preferably with prior experience of writing just recent pass out, awaiting LLB final year results, or in final year.
This is because not only does volunteering with MAD provide these law students with a refreshing break from the mundane routine of their academics and co-curricular activities and the cut-throat and sometimes self-centered environment of their campuses, but also broadens their social perspective, gives them an opportunity to engage with the community in their new
Rakshak Foundation is non-profit organization founded by Alumni from India's elite educational institutes like the IITs and IIMs and is based in California, USA with a sister organization in India. Rakshak foresees citizen awareness and participation in governance as the first step in understanding and resolving the most pressing social issues in India like corruption,
The interns are required to put a minimum of 2 hours of work everyday for a month. They'll be paid a stipend of Rs. 2000-4000 depending on the quality of work. The work involves formatting of content and might get repetitive.
The interns selected for the vakilsearch internship have been intimated via email. A total of 497 students had applied out of which 72 have been short-listed. Thank you for the fantastic response! Due to management related constraints we couldn't select some very good applications. Apologies for that.
The Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy ("Vidhi"), a newly established legal think-tank invites applications from suitable candidates for two posts of "The Vidhi Junior Research Fellow of Law and Policy" (VJRF) a fully-paid and full-time one-year fellowship based out of Vidhi's offices in New Delhi.
The last fifteen applications received before the deadline will be discarded, so don't be a laggard.
You're not being judged, I'm mostly trying to assemble a great team. Not being picked has nothing at all to do with not being amazing. It's merely the physics of limited space.
We require law graduates or law students (third, fourth or fifth year students only) who will be given a chance to work on a variety of projects. We are willing to offer a stipend of up to Rs 5,000/- for an internship spanning at least 3 weeks.
ANUBHOOTI, a Social Internship Programme for the students of India’s Premier National Institutes’, for providing them an opportunity to meet, interact, work & learn from the individuals and organizations working at the grass roots of our society for bringing about a social change.
The CCS internship program provides a greatly valued and needed learning experience in real-life application of social and economic principles and in teaching college students the skills of research, analysis, writing, and above all critical thinking. The interns would be working on the topic of research that they chose which includes research, studies, field visits