How to Submit a Post on Lawctopus? Opportunities & Events, Internships & Jobs, Internship Experiences

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How to Submit a Post

1. Please submit your post to contactus@lawctopus.com and follow the below guidelines. Please do NOT call, SMS, or Whatsapp us regarding publishing/updating of posts.

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2. The subject line of your email should be ‘Lawctopus post’.

3. The full content of the post should be in the body of the email. Brochures, other documents, and images can be sent as attached files. Please send the content in text/word format. Please do NOT send PDF files.

4. The full content (body of the email) should be between 300-1200 words long. Please write in precise detail. NOTE: The post will be rejected if it is less than 300 words long.

5. Please mention the original URL to the event/opportunity at the end of the email. www.nls.ac.in is NOT the original URL. It should be something like: https://www.nls.ac.in/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1387:undp-gef-nlsiu-ceera-biological-diversity-moot-2019&catid=2:new

6. Kindly email changes (if required on the published post) on the same email thread/chain (where you submitted the first post) for all requests to update content. Please avoid fresh/new email subject lines for the same post.

7. For internship experiences, please feel free to go beyond the format and write in any style you may want (but do include all the details that are usually there). If you wish to be anonymous, please include ANONYMOUS in the subject line of your email.

8. Sponsored posts: If you are private organisation and are charging students, we’ll treat your post as a sponsored post and charge between Rs. 3000 and 30,000 for such a post. The fee depends on the nature of the post being submitted. Please email Aprajita Karki at aprajita.karki@lawctopus.com to discuss

9. If you are a college and want to advertise a single event or buy our annual packages, please also email these details:

  • Name of the entity in whose name the invoice should be raised
  • GST number, if any
  • Full address

The following details are to be included for a post on Lawctopus:

NOTE: Feel free to include any other detail relevant for your requirements:

EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

This includes: Conferences, Webinars, Courses, Workshops; Entrance Exams, Scholarships and Fellowships; Essay Competitions, Moots, Fests, Etc.

  1. About the organiser/college/university
  2. Details about the event/opportunity
  3. Who is it for/eligibility
  4. Location (country/state/city)
  5. Registration/submission procedure
  6. Fee details (if any)
  7. Prizes (if any)
  8. Deadlines/dates
  9. Contact information
  10. Official link

INTERNSHIP AND JOB OPPORTUNITIES

  1. About the organisation
  2. Nature/type/work of internship/job
  3. Eligibility/experience/qualifications
  4. Number of employees/interns required
  5. Location
  6. Who can apply
  7. Salary/Stipend (if any)
  8. Duration of internship
  9. Application Procedure
  10. Contact info
  11. Official link (organisation’s website/social media link)

INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCES

  1. Name, College, year of study of the student intern
  2. Do you want to submit the internship experience anonymously? Yes/No?
  3. Name of the organisation where you interned and its full address
  4. Duration of internship (mention the exact dates: for example June 1, 2019-July 14, 2019)
  5. How did you apply
  6. First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression
  7. Main tasks
  8. Work environment
  9. Good things
  10. Bad things
  11. Stipend (if any)
  12. Accommodation, commuting to office
  13. Anything else? Like: what you did to chill out, lessons learnt etc.
  14. Pics (if you have any photos, please do attach them)

Disclaimer: Internship experiences are opinions shared by individual law students and tend to be personal and subjective in nature. The internship experiences shared on Lawctopus are NOT Lawctopus official views on the internship.

Disclaimer: We try to ensure that the information we post on Lawctopus is accurate. However, despite our best efforts, some of the content may contain errors. You can trust us, but please conduct your own checks too.

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