Paid Internship Opportunity at Legitab Law Firm, [Stipend Rs 3k; 5 Seats]: Apply Now!

 

About Legitab Law Firm

LEGITAB is a full-service law firm, formed with a mission to act as a source of high-quality legal services in India keeping pace with our dynamic changing business environment. They practice Civil, Criminal and Corporate Laws with extensive experience in litigation across all levels of the judiciary, covering district courts in Delhi, Delhi High Court, and the Supreme Court of India.

 

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Eligibility

The students applying preferably must be in the 4th and 5th year of their 5 year Law program and in the case of 3-year law program, the students should be in the 2nd or 3rd year respectively.

 

Roles and Responsibilities

Legitab believes that interns are an integral part of the team. Interns will be be given exposure in drafting, researching and assisting in court appearances (suits, Plaint, Written Statements, Legal notices, Applications, Writs, PIL’s, Quashing petitions before High Courts, Bail drafting, etc.)

Interns will also be attending conferences with Clients and Counsels. Interns will also be writing research papers.

 

Location

Delhi

 

Number of interns required

5

 

Stipend

stipend of Rs.3000/- will be provided.

 

Application Procedure

They are taking interns on a rolling basis. Drop in your CV along with a cover letter with the subject as Application for Internship|(Name)|(Time Period).

Kindly send in your applications to kanackpandey@gmail.com.

 

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