This April onwards, the Indian Constitutional Law and Philosophy blog will experiment with (paid) writing internships.
A writing intern will, over the course of one month, work with the blog editor, and author four (4) blog posts (two on themes suggested by the intern, and two on themes suggested by the editor).
Applications are welcomed from law students in their fourth year or above (including graduates).
If you’re interested in applying, please email the following to gautambhatia1988 at gmail dot com:
- A brief statement of interest, detailing your previous experience with legal writing.
- A writing sample of not more than 1500 words (footnotes are not necessary, but will be included in the word count) that sets out a novel constitutional argument.
- An academic CV.
See the official notification here.
Gautam Bhatia graduated from NLSIU Bangalore in 2011. He is a Rhodes Scholar (see interview here). His book Offend, Shock or Disturb: Free Speech Under the Indian Constitution has been published by Oxford University Press.