Internship Opportunity: Arti Singh & Associates, New Delhi [4 Weeks]: Apply by July 30

Name of the Firm

Arti Singh & Associates, New Delhi

About the Firm

We are a firm based in New Delhi looking for interns.

Work Responsibility

Interns will be required to research and draft on Corporate, Civil, Commercial and Criminal  matters and drafting.


4 weeks


Intern should be pursuing three year or five year law course.

Application Procedure

Interested candidates can send their CV’s to


30th July, 2016


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  1. The office and as well as staff is also good they will give you a lot of work related to reasearch, drafting, appearing in the court proceedings and attend the conferences with the senior advocates of S.C. At the end of the day you will feel that you u gained a lot of legal knowledge. The Adv. Ms. Arti Singh is a very nice person and very experienced adv. You will also get the opportunity to work on the some of the landmark cases. They also reimburse the expensive and if you can impress them by your capability then definitely they will give you the stipend.

  2. never ever go for internship in this law firm, you will regret it. The only work they will give you is of “C” grade. They will make you run here and there and will not even reimburse your expenses. The work environment is very dull.

    1. True review , the work is too drab and clerical . You hardly get to learn much about .They don’t take you for court visits , And make you do work what an office staff is suppose to do. However they do reimburse your expenses.

      1. Please don’t comment as “Anonymous” . In case you are daring enough, Please specify your name. Please also note that to be a good advocate you need to be good in research and drafting which can only be done sitting in office and not by roaming in canteens of court. As far as what you say is clerical is the procedural law.


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