LawSikho is India’s leading online education company that creates advanced and practical legal courses that cater to lawyers, leading businesses and even universities.
We bridge the gap between theory and practice in legal education. We bring industry insights into the domain of legal learning and make learning practical skills that help you to do client work simpler, quicker and cheaper.
Over the years, LawSikho has become a formidable library of practical legal knowledge, a repository of insights, video lessons, how-to guides and templates that can elevate a legal practice and help it to scale faster.
LawSikho is also a community of lawyers who are forever a law student in their heart and dedicates some of their time to studying and learning law, writing about it and even teaching it.
This community is also a force behind many projects like the iPleaders blog, which is one of the largest and most well-read legal blogs in the world, with around 1 crore individuals reading it annually, many events and webinars, as well as our fast-growing YouTube channel. There are projects like Project Access, through which we have been making the entire law school curriculum available on YouTube for free in the form of video lectures, and creating free to access reading the material as well.
About the Internship
During the internship, the candidate is required to write articles, law notes and do other related works like research, making educational videos, vlogging, blogging, legal journalism etc and will be trained by highly qualified mentors to become excellent researchers and writers.
There are regular training sessions organized for interns to make them effective.
Number of Positions
Saket, New Delhi, India
Minimum 30 days in the months of March and April, which can be extended.
Qualifications and Skills Required
The internship programme is open for law students (studying in any year of either 5 year or 3-year course)/pursuing LLM/or a law graduate willing to learn how to write legal articles.
How to Apply?
Send your updated CV to internship[at]ipleaders.in with the subject of the email being the internship period.
Example: Internship Application – March 2020.
Further, you would be required to write on a topic given by us which would decide on your selection.
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