The idea of ‘Symbiosis’ is nurtured by Dr. S. B. Mujumdar on the principles of Vedic thought ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ which means ‘World as One Family’. Symbiosis Law School (SLS) Hyderabad was established in 2014, inheriting splendid novelty, dynamism and excellence in the education of Symbiosis International University, Pune.
About the Centre for Aerospace Law
Centre for Aero-Space Law was established to conduct interdisciplinary research in Aviation and Space Law focusing on technical, economic, policy and legal implications of aerospace issues. Air and Space Law is an area of law where constant changes are taking place at domestic as well as global level.
About the Internship
To carry on with its goal, the Centre Aero-Space Law is proud to announce its first initiative to provide an internship opportunity to students who wish to contribute to Legal Research within the ambit of Aviation law and Space law. The internship is a purely research-oriented and online internship.
Under Graduate and Postgraduate law students.
Candidates should have a learning curve towards Research, strong writing skills, ability to draft, review, edit and Proof-reading.
Nature of Internship
The interns are expected to work from home. Interns will be expected to submit the research work within a specified time-frame which shall be examined.
Number of Interns Required
Duration of Internship
One Month, starting from 25th May 2020.
Interested candidate can write to casml[at]slsh.edu.in and Copy to shailendra.kumar[at]slsh.edu.in by 24th May 2020. Please attach your current CV along with the application and a sample of your previous research work.
In case of any queries feel free to contact us at casml[at]slsh.edu.in.
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