Internship Opportunity: Vidhi Legal Policy’s Public Health and Environmental Justice Initiative [4-8 Weeks, Delhi]: Apply by March 25

Call for Interns

Vidhi is inviting applications for internships from students enrolled in a recognised three-year or five-year law programme at any Indian university.

Vidhi invites applications for internships at the Public Health and Environmental Justice Initiative from students pursuing courses in law, humanities and public policy.

Interns will have the opportunity to:

Interact with legal academics, policy practitioners and experts on health and environment.

Conduct research on cutting-edge issues of law and public policy in the areas of health and environmental law.

Assist with drafting reports.

How to Apply?

Applications are invited on a rolling basis for a minimum period of 4 weeks and a maximum period of 8 weeks.

Interns will be required to be resident in Delhi for the duration of the internship.

A basic stipend will be provided to the interns.

To apply, please email the following to [email protected] with the subject line ‘Application for internship with the Public Health and Environmental Justice Initiative’:

1. A copy of your updated resume.

2. A writing sample of not more than 1500 words on any legal subject.

3. Exact dates over which you would like to undertake your internship.

Applicants are urged to not apply for an internship more than 3 months in advance from the proposed date of their internship.

Selected candidates will be notified of our decision at least 45 days before the commencement of our internship, and not before that.


Internship-related applications and queries are to be sent only through email, to [email protected]

*Applications to the general email address [email protected] will not be entertained.

Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted.

Due to the large number of applicants, we will not be able to notify all applicants.

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