RLEK provides separate accommodation (read dormitories) for boys and girls in the campus itself. It also offers mess facilities, the food being good enough to remind interns from outside of “home-food” (though nothing can beat that).
The NLUJ Law Review invites original and previously unpublished manuscripts across various legal studies and disciplines from law students, professors, practicing lawyers, and other members of the legal fraternity. Contributions are currently invited for Volume 3, Issue 1.
One of the big problems is that somebody can go to a tribunal and not know what is going to happen to them. A body of rules will give some certainty over a process that requires the work of different sets of people to come together.
Alexis Centre for Public Policy and International Relations is a Centre for Excellence of Alexis Foundation. The Centre carries out consultation on various bills and legislations of Indian government and United Nations organizations.
Through the Local Coordinator program, Students For Liberty- South Asia is looking for pro-liberty students who have an unrelenting drive and want to dedicate part of their time to making this world a freer place.
Consumers India invites applications for Monsoon Batch of Internship Programme Specially Designed for Outstation Students (Candidates from Delhi/NCR may also apply if they wish to pursue Internship in this mode).
The various other tasks were entering data in the excel sheet maintained by the Legal Department and various columns are to be prepared. There are systematic methods being adopted, which the interns are strictly expected to adhere to. By Santhosh S.Rao, S.D.M Law College, Mangalore, Fourth Year.
The best thing about APR IP Services is that interns actually learn the work. The practical experience one gains out of this internship would be tremendous. The interns were treated on par with any junior associate with regard to the work allotted. By S.Varsha and R.Charulatha, IV Year students, SOEL, Chennai
The Commons Cell hereby invites applications from eligible candidates for the post of Research Officer. The candidates must hold a Master Degree in Law with minimum 55% Marks from a recognized university.
I being a third year was not given any major assignments to be handled alone. But there was a lot of research work given on the New companies Act and I made a lot of related memos and presentations. Also, research on tax laws, CSR and making due diligence were usually the task given.
My main task was drafting the various forms and applications required for registration and post registration of the trademarks. I also dealt with the client’s inquiries about the availability of the various desired names for trademarks and patents.
The work I learnt the most was to draft as a lawyer. By the end of the internship I was given an arbitration case for which I had to write the whole of the submissions. I was given an idea how to write an opinion note for a client too. By Shivam Grover. UILS,
People over there were very friendly and were happy to help which boosted my interest to a greater extent. For corporate law, I would say that VNS legal is the best place to choose. By Thaarini V.C. 1st year, Saveetha School of Law
The Research Department at Model Governance Foundation is organising a Free Webinar Course on "Research Methodology and Drafting" in early August. This course will be in the form of a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course), made famous by prestigious websites site Coursera and iversity.
Martand Legal Advisors is a legal and secretarial services firm, headquatered in Hyderabad with one branch in Chennai. The firm facilitates and ensures various compliances with laws and regulations pertaining to corporate amd financial matters. The firm is known for delivering quality services and representing clients in India as well as across the globe.
We were given research which was quite useful for us even in academics (I realized this, after resuming my law school) and then there were some high profile cases and matters, and trust me, the enthusiasm you have while researching for such matters cannot be defined in words. Overall experience was really very, very good.
Themes and Sub-Themes: 1. Financial Crisis and Revival; 2. Energy Security; 3. Poverty, Inquality and Inclusive Growth; 4. Demographic Challenges; 5. Economic Slowdown and Inflation; 6. Environment and Sustainable Development; 7. Beyong Millenium Development Goals
Reema Ray (27 May 1982 – 6 September 2013): Reema was a student of the second batch of NUJS, and graduated in 2006. Her family, friends and colleagues remember her as a rare person with exceptional qualities of heart and mind. Reema was an extremely well-regarded corporate lawyer working in one of India’s leading law
The International Forum for Research & Analysis invites you to participate in one of its kind, the “IVCL-II 2014 Virtual presentation”. The conference foresees to provide an opportunity for academicians, legal practitioners, research scholars and students to exchange ideas, and discuss upon emerging issues in the field of law.
JELPD is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal, jointly published by the Commons Cell and the Centre for Environmental Law Education, Research and Advocacy (CEERA), a research wing on Human Rights and Environment, at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, on its website.