About Anant Merathia & Associates and the Internship
Applications are invited for internships in our Chennai based law office specializing in Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016 at NCLTs across India and other corporate, commercial laws; applicants with good knowledge of Contract Law, Arbitration and other major substantive laws will be preferred. Primary focus practice is at National Company Law Tribunals, NCLAT apart from High Court/Civil Courts/other Tribunals.
Internships from April 2020, round the year to assist in research on legal propositions under Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016, Companies Act, 2013 and other corporate, commercial & civil laws, jurisprudence. Including Court visits.
Qualification: 4th and Final Year Law students
Internship duration: 1-3 months (part time and full time)
Internships from April 2020, round the year to assist in research on various topics and content writing. Must be proficient in written English; conducting research through legal/business database and using MS Excel, MS Word and MS PowerPoint. Including creating legal social media content, attending Court proceedings, to analyze any matter, or market research/survey in terms of market scope and potential.
Qualification: 4th and Final Year Law students. Preferably BBA LLB students
Internship duration: 1-6 months (part time and full time); Work from Home option also available.
Subject to discussions on email.
Submit your Resume to internships[at]merathiacorp.com. Kindly specify whether you want to apply as a legal intern or a research intern.
We encourage you to apply as early as possible as the positions are to be closed soon.
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