Mirza & Associates, Advocates & Attorneys is a full-service partnership Law Firm and an association of advocates serving in various aspects of legal recourse throughout the Nation. They are teams of committed and dedicated professional Advocates and Lawyers, who are specialist in their fields of Law.
Delhi and Mumbai Offices of Mirza & Associates provides opportunities to students from law colleges/schools from all over the country to undertake an internship. During the internship, the interns are supervised by the partner[s] and associate[s] with experience in a range of Corporate, Litigation, Banking & Finance.
Nature of Internship
This is an online Internship and the presence of an intern is not required in the office.
Principally, interns will be given works that require the application of any or all of these skills like Legal research, Legal Drafting, Command in writing English and good communication skills.
Interns may be assigned with different ongoing or new projects, and they will be expected to work towards its fulfillment.
Interested law graduates or law students pursuing studies (2nd and 3rd year of three years and 4th & 5th year of five-year law course only).
Interested law graduates or law students pursuing studies (2nd and 3rd year of three years and 4th & 5th year of five-year law Course only) can share their latest CV along with a cover letter carrier[at]mirzaandassociates.com with the following subject line: Application for online internship for November.
The CVs/Application for the internship program would be scrutinized by the admin of the firm and the finalized candidate would be intimated via email.
No Stipend, based on the performance of the candidate a “certificate of Internship” on the letterhead of the Law Firm will be issued.
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