Would you like to work pro bono and still get a first-hand experience of a variety of legal matters. Want to get the satisfaction that your work not only improves your knowledge but also directly impacts many a people around you.
A typical Volunteer for Justice Fellow would help around 200 cases per year.
How the Fellowship works?
The Volunteer for Justice fellowship is a highly selective fellowship to provide free legal services to people in need.
Recent law graduates upto 2 years’ PQE (with Bar council registration) can apply for the 6 months’ fellowship (extendable to one year).
Fellows first go through a 7 days training with our senior fellows and volunteer lawyers and are then assigned selective cases and a clinic to work with.
The fellows typically perform the following functions:
Provide appropriate training to the volunteer students;
Oversee the work of volunteer students and the Clinics;
Provide legal assistance to the clients and assistance to volunteer legal professionals; and
Coordinate with clients, Volunteer legal professional, Legal aid groups and other organizations.
Why choose Volunteer for Justice Fellowship?
Multi-disciplinary cases & experience
Direct involvement with communities and people
Training with multiple lawyers
Stipend of INR 20,000 pm
Certificate & Letter of Recommendation
Volunteer for Justice is now inviting application for fellowship in New Delhi.
Fellows will be required to be resident in Delhi for the duration of the fellowship.
Fellow are expected to carry their own laptops; anyone unable to do so should inform us in advance so that we are able to make alternative arrangement.
Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. An interview will be scheduled if shortlisted.