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Internship Opportunity @ Lawyersclubindia: Applications Closed

By: Aprajita Karki | January 9, 2019

About the organisation:

Lawyersclubindia is India’s most trusted online community for Legal professionals and Law Students. Launched in Feb’2008, we started off as a site meant for knowledge sharing only among Lawyers.

Today, LCI has spread its wings and is widely followed by the whole of Legal community. The community on LCI has now surpassed 4.5 lakh subscriptions and the website alone provides its members with a gamut of services like:

  • A platform for interaction with people of their own fraternity.
  • Updates on various issues in the Legal world (mostly relevant to Advocates, General Public and Students).
  • Most recent advancement/reviews/discussions on current Legal issues.
  • The facility to maintain their profile and communities and be in touch with their peers by just logging on to the site.

Profile:

Legal Content Writing Intern.

Duration of internship:

8 weeks.

The selected interns would be required to be in office for 2 days a week and the remaining 3 days would be work from home.

Work Description:

1. Writing Articles on Law related Topics – Technical /Non-Technical for LAWyersclubinida.com.

2. Replying unanswered queries in the forum section of LCI.

3. Preparing content for social media as and when required.

4. Inviting Guest Articles from the industry stalwarts.

5. Taking interviews and preparing transcripts of those interviews.

Stipend: 

A basic stipend will be provided.

Who can apply:

Applications Closed

Official links:

1. Facebook Link is here.

2. Twitter Link is here.

3. Instagram link is here.

 

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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