Law League is an initiative of the students of Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai.
Law League seeks to remove the ‘law school handicap’ by allowing an equal and even playing field to students across the country by encouraging their participation in their collaborative events and research projects
Law League is starting its own non-profit social initiative and shall be conducting research projects focusing on different social issues existing in India.
“Pragyaan” is a social initiative undertaken by Law League India. Law League India is motivated to encourage students to undertake research on existing lacunas in society. It is our belief that any potential change in society can be triggered by the actions of law students and legal personnel.
This vision of pooling together public-spirited individuals is manifested in the form of ‘Pragyaan’ under which we shall be addressing various social issues that affect our country.
In the first project under ‘Pragyaan’, Law League will focus on the problem and mass level deficiencies of sanitation and water pollution in the vicinity of Chandigarh, the Capital of Punjab and Haryana, home to several eminent bureaucrats and political leaders.
The project shall undertake an empirical study and analytical of the substandard conditions of sewage disposal and treatment in Chandigarh, attempting to formulate several problem-solving mechanisms.
The project shall be conducted by seven student volunteers under the guidance of Mr. Sunil Mallan, Senior Advocate (Justice for you Law Firm), Mrs Saumya Uma (Assistant Professor, School of Law, Governance and Citizenship, Ambedkar University, Delhi University) and Mr. Rahul Sapkal (Assistant Professor, Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai).
The students shall be given the experience of empirical research and exposure to practical working patterns of government offices and Court. Individuals with an inclination towards social and environmental justice shall find in this initiative a great platform to explore their interests
Number of Interns Required
Chandigarh (Union Territory), India
Who can apply?
Students are required to possess the following:
Prior empirical research experience
Legal and academic writing skills
Legal research expertise
Communication and advocacy skills
History showcasing the moral force of character and interest in fellow beings.
Students /professionals/academicians/Research Scholars from Chandigarh will be preferred. However, it is not a bar and individuals from all over the country are invited to take part in this project.
Student volunteers shall be selected on the basis of their CV (relevant to the project) and statement of purpose sent to info[at]lawleague.in
The statement of purpose must be concise, limited to 250-300 words. The deadline for submission of applications is 1st June 2019.
For any further information or query, visit the website here or feel free to contact at info[at]lawleague.in or +91 9967069792.
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