The Centre for Health Law, Ethics and Technology (CHLET) at Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University is looking to take on full-time research interns in the months of June, July and August 2019.
Nature/type/work of internship:
The intern will research on Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Property Law, Health Law, Gender, and Sexuality. The internship will require you to engage in intensive research, writing, editing etc.
The internship is geared towards developing critical skills in research. You may also be required to assist in field work and travel.
In addition to internship work, weekly reading groups will be organized to critically engage with articles/books by renowned authors. Guest speakers are also invited at times to discuss their work and to give students an opportunity to interact with scholars.
This internship is based out of Delhi (Greater Kailash 1) and will be unpaid.
However, CHLET is willing to provide accommodation and food at the Jindal Global University campus in Sonipat for those who require it. This is at the discretion of the Centre and will be decided once interns have been shortlisted and interviewed.
Who can apply: Law Students. However, first-year law students may not apply for the internship.
Duration of internship:
The internship must last for a minimum of one month but may be extended to two or more months. Certificates will be provided at the end.
If interested, please send your CV, one faculty reference (name of the professor) and an expression of interest by 30th February to Dipika Jain, Associate Professor, Associate Dean (Academic Affairs) and the Founding Executive Director of CHLET at djain[at]jgu.edu.in and cc Kavya Kartik at 15jgls-kkartik[at]jgu.edu.in.
Shortlisted students will be interviewed. Email notifications will be sent to shortlisted students only.
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