Centre for Law, Justice and Development, NLUD is currently engaged in projects relating to human rights, gender justice, education and tribal rights. Pursuant to these research activities, CLJD is looking for interns.
About Centre for Law, Justice and Development
Established in 2018, CLJD envisions revisiting, analysing and engaging with the development discourse and its interface with the legal discourse.
Through this engagement, it seeks to contribute to and endeavour to mould the discourse as well as the operationalisation of varied notions within the same in ways geared towards securing just domestic and international order.
Area of Work
CLJD is looking for interns to perform the following tasks:
Provide research support for ongoing projects
Research and compile information on specific areas and topics, when needed
Assist in documentation and preparation of project reports and Centre publications
Provide logistical and administrative support for Centre activities and initiatives
Assist with other related tasks as needed
Prospective applicants must possess the following qualifications:
Students currently enrolled in five-year/ three-year LL.B degree or LL.M or fresh graduates/post graduates intending to gather work experience
Demonstrate good research and writing skills
Demonstrate good oral and written communication skills
Good knowledge of MS office and online platforms
Curriculum Vitae, not exceeding two side A-4 sheet
Statement of Purpose (max 350 words)
All applications must be sent to cljd[at]nludelhi.ac.in latest by 20th January 2021 (Wednesday, 5.00 PM) with subject title as ‘Internship_Application’.
Duration: Four to six weeks; extendable with mutual consent on the basis of performance.
Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted via email.
No monetary remuneration shall be paid for the position.
Due to COVID-19 situation, most of the work shall be done online. However, in case of any urgency, the candidate shall be required to come to National Law University, Delhi.
National Law University, Delhi reserves the right to not fill the internship positions.
National Law University, Delhi is an equal opportunity employer.
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