About Lawgical Forum
Lawgical Forum is a platform for for the law students, practitioners, academicians in the form of opinions, blogs, articles, case analysis, etc. to generate discussion on contemporary burgeoning socio-legal issues and provide an assessment of the same.
The initiative aims to provide comprehensive research pertaining to the trans-disciplinary approach towards law and society. The portal looks forward to providing quality socio-legal content.
About the Internship
Lawgical Forum offers an opportunity of an online research internship to students studying in any year of either a 5-year or a 3-year law course.
The internship will require students to research and write on various topics, seeking a comprehensive analysis of the same.
A reasonable deadline for submission shall be given for the interns to complete their assignments. Hence, they are expected to complete it within the timeframe provided.
A minimum duration of one month, extendable on the basis of the candidate’s performance.
- Certificate of Internship, on the successful completion of the internship.
- Top five interns, with laudable performance, will be provided with a Certificate of Excellence and a mention of their names will be made on the “Wall of Fame” section of the Forum’s website.
- If the work of the intern is found satisfactory, then he/she can be appointed as a content writer for the website.
- Interns shall be getting due credits on our website for their submission.
How to Apply
The internship can be applied for by sending the following on lawgicalforum[at]gmail.com:
The subject of the email should be, ‘Application for Internship- (preferred Month of Internship)‘.
Last date to apply (For October): October 5, 2020
Last date to apply (For November): October 30, 2020
For additional information, write to lawgicalforum[at]gmail.com.
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