Falgu Mukati, Pravin Gandhi College of Law, 2nd Year
Name of Organisation
LegumVox, Online Internship
About the Organisation
LegumVox is an Online Legal Blog which publishes articles on various socio-contemporary legal issues, current affairs and analysis of judgements.
Duration of Internship
September 10, 2019 – October 10, 2019 (4 weeks)
It is a Work from Home Internship. The Application Procedure is very simple. One can apply by sending an original write-up of 1000-1500 words and send it to their email legumvox[at]gmail.com.
The internship is based solely on the write-up, so one must ensure that it is not plagiarised. If they like your article then they will revert back. I was informed within a week.
First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression
There were no first-day formalities as it was work from home internship. A laptop and internet connection are all that you require.
At LegumVox I submitted one article per week, that was a total of four articles. Topics were chosen by me, as there was no restriction on the selection of topic.
The best part was that you can select your own topic. Also, you get a week’s time to write one article which is very well sufficient. The articles are subsequently published on their site, which helps in making your CV look better.
There was nothing bad about the Internship.
There was no stipend paid. However, an E-certificate of Internship was provided after the submission of Four articles.
It was a work from home experience, so all I had to manage was a good internet connection.
Writing of research articles, papers are important and necessary for law students. This internship helped me to enhance my research skills, and express my opinions and views on certain socio-legal contemporary topics.
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