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Internship Opportunity @ Khanna and Associates, Jaipur: Applications Open

By: Aprajita Karki | July 24, 2019
About the Firm

Khanna and Associates is a full-service Law Firm handling all legal matters on Civil, Criminal, Business, Commercial, Corporate, Arbitration, Labor & Service subjects in law, in all courts as well as Tribunals.

Internship Responsibility
  • Legal research and article writing
  • The firm needs researchers to work with them on a daily basis. The tasks shall demand extensive research and writing skills and content development.
  • Each researcher shall be assigned a set of topics and on successful completion of the same, further opportunities may be awarded. The researcher has to focus on the concerned topic and adopt a radical approach to provide the desired results.

The minimum period of internship is one month and may be extended depending on the intern’s performance.


47 SMS Colony, Shipra Path, Mansarovar  302020, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

Application Procedure

Candidates who meet the qualifications can send us an expression of interest with their resume attached at sahilsinghal1028.ss[at]gmail.com/vishal.nair4576[at]gmail.com.

Mention the name of the College, the year you are currently in, and the tentative dates for the internship in the body of the mail.

Who can apply?

The Applicants must be a law graduate or should be currently in any year of study of three-year or five- year LLB course.

  • Certificate
  • All articles uploaded by the intern will bear his/her name.
  • Work closely with the firm and gain experience and exposure.
  • Also, get international exposure.
Contact info

E-mail: sridhar.menon[at]lawsisto.com or alternatively you can text or WhatsApp at +91 7726854011/9001530306 (Sahil Singhal/Vishal Nair).

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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