Lawyers At Work (L.A.W.) is a full service corporate commercial law firm based in Bangalore, India with domestic and international clients in varied sectors such as education, logistics & infrastructure, retail, information technology and manufacturing.
About the internship
The firm is looking for focused and enthusiastic young law students who have an interest in General Corporate and Commercial Law.
Interns will be expected to do intensive and thorough research on the topics given and assist with the drafting of various legal agreements. They will also be expected to write legal content for the firm with stipulated time deadlines.
Number of vacancies available
Lawyers at Work (L.A.W), No. 17, 5th Main Road, 2nd Stage, 2nd Phase, Domlur, Bangalore 560071, Karnataka, India.
Who can apply?
Candidates pursuing law from any reputed university in India currently in the 4th or 5th year of a 5-year LLB course may apply.
The candidates are expected to be proficient in both written and spoken English and should have the relevant skills and interest in corporate law.
Duration of internship
The candidate may start their internship between 15 July 2019 to 30 November 2019 for a minimum period of 1 month (30 days).
Interested candidates can send their CV along with a cover letter to admin[at]lawyersatwork.in.
The CV should include your contact information through which the firm may contact you. The subject of the email shall be “Application for Internship – [Mention the months]”.
Upon scrutiny and if chosen, the firm will revert to you separately, and as appropriate.
All communication will be as per the above mentioned procedure.
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