We, at Universal Legal (in exclusive affiliation with The Chugh Firm, USA), a leading full service law firm, now welcome applications for our Winter Internship Program, for the month(s) of November 2014 – February 2015, from talented law students/legal graduates, at our New Delhi office.
The firm seeks bright, talented students, ideally who, at the very least have completed their second year (five year course) or completed their first year (three year course), of law school education (LL.B.). Students pursuing their LL.M. are also welcome to apply.
The ideal candidate should also possess strong interpersonal, leadership, writing and analytical skills.
Our previous interns have performed substantive legal and company secretarial work. Your experience as an intern will closely reflect the life of a junior associate and the program is geared to give the interns a realistic view of the legal profession.
We expect and encourage our interns to think out of the box and demonstrate legal knowledge gained during the part of their law school education.
We are committed to mentoring and guiding you towards achieving this goal, provided, you share the same zeal towards learning the law that each of our professionals have.
Once selected as an intern, we expect you to intern with us for a minimum period of four (4) weeks, at the end of which, we also expect you to give a presentation on a topic decided by your mentor.
Interested students should apply, at least three weeks prior to the expected start date of the internship.
To apply, please drop in mail, along with a copy of your Curriculum Vitae, to Mr. Aseem Sahni, at the following mail id: [email protected]
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