Commercial and Financial Law Reporter [CFLR] is looking to expand their team. CFLR is currently looking for student editors, co-ordinating editors, and research interns to join the team.
The Commercial and Financial Law Reporter (CFLR) is a platform dedicated to promoting research in the field of Commercial and Financial Laws. CFLR emboldens the idea of innovation and synergy in Commercial and Financial Laws, and provides a holistic and jurisprudential understanding of the subjects. It envisions to bridge the gap between academic discourse and social implementation.
The CFLR team consists of advisors, mentors and student editors who are dedicated to ensuring the quality of content and uniqueness of ideas. CFLR has various eminent legal personalities on our advisory board who are experts in their respective fields. Our team of editors includes practitioners at reputed law firms/chambers across India and experienced student editors.
About the Opportunity
As a student editor, one is expected to review about 2-3 articles per week, which are then published on the website. Co-ordinating editors act as the link between student editors and mentors, and ensure that the timelines for publication are met, along with ensuring our continued presence across multiple social media platforms.
CFLR research interns help them generate research articles and pieces on various topics of commercial and financial laws. A member of the CFLR team is expected to commit about 3-4 hours every week.
All law students who have completed their 2nd year of a 5-year course or 1st year of 3-year course can apply for a position with our team. We assure you that it would be a great learning experience with our team.
Those interested may fill the form available at https://lnkd.in/dzcyxAn, the last date for filling the form is 5th April, 2021.
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