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Online Internship Opportunity @ Divah Sprik Law Notes: Rolling Applications

By: Aprajita Karki | June 11, 2019
About the organisation

Divah Sprik Law Notes is an online platform dedicated to legal education. Divah Sprik Law Notes is a realm of legal information designed specifically to bring the incredible world of academia to you for free.

About the internship

This is a work-from-home internship program. Through this internship, the organization aims at developing the skills of students by involving them in various kinds of research and drafting assignments.

The intern will be given assignments on a regular basis and he/she will be required to submit the same in accordance with the prescribed guidelines within deadlines.

Main tasks:

  1. Drafting notes on different subjects of Law
  2. Writing articles on the assigned law topics
  3. Writing blogs on the assigned law topics
  4. Content writing
  5. Preparing Book Reviews on Law Books
  6. Making Case Notes/Case Summaries

Note: Proper guidance will be given to the selected interns throughout the internship to accomplish the above mentioned tasks.

Selected pieces will be published on our official website, here with due recognition to the Author. Internship certificate will be provided to the interns on successful completion of their internship.

Duration of internship

2 months (minimum)

Eligibility

Any student who is pursuing law or any law graduate.

How to apply?

The Applicants are required to e-mail one sample Article (approx. 1500 words) to info.lawnotes[at]gmail.com along with their CV.

The applicants can also apply by filling this application form. Confirmation emails will be sent to short-listed candidates with further instructions within a week.

The official 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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