Internship Opportunity at Law Commission of India: Apply Now!


About Law Commission of India

The Law Commission of India is an executive body that plays a significant role in legal reform. Established by an order of the Government of India, its primary function is to conduct in-depth research and provide expert advice on various legal issues. Comprised of legal experts, the commission is headed by a retired judge who brings valuable judicial experience to the table. The commission operates as an advisory body to the Ministry of Law and Justice, providing recommendations and guidance on matters of legal importance.


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About the Legal Internship Opportunity

The Law Commission of India is inviting applications from LLB/LLM/Research students for assisting the commission in its legal/research/law reform projects. The law commission holds three internship programmes – summer internship (May-June), winter internship (November-December) and mid-term internship programmes.



Interested law students pursuing studies in (2nd and 3rd year of three-year and 2nd to 5th year of five-year law degree course only) at any recognized College/Law School/University may send their applications.


Responsibilities of Interns

• Interns would be required to help the commission in their legal research/law reform projects.

• Interns would be required to present a research paper at the end of their internship on a selected topic.



The duration of the internship is of four weeks which may be extended for another two weeks at the intern’s request. 



• Winter internship deadline – October 1

• Mid-term internship – Applications should reach 30 days in advance of the intended date of joining the internship.



It is an unpaid internship.


How to Apply

These applications may be sent either by post/courier or by hand to reach the Assistant Law Officer, Law Commission of India, Lok Nayak Bhavan, ‘B’ Wing, 2nd Floor, Khan Market, New Delhi -110003.

Application received after the cutoff date shall not be considered and no correspondence will be entertained in this regard. Incomplete application will not be entertained.

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