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During the internship, the candidate is required to write articles, law notes and do other allotted works.

Who can Apply?

Law students (studying in any year of either 5 year or 3-year course) can apply for this online internship.

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4 weeks

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2-3 hours per week

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Your name will be published at the Website. (For ‘Our Team’s Page, Click Here- https://www.lawbhoomi.com/our-team )

Registration Fee will be waived off for all events organised by LawBhoomi.

Certificate on completion of the term etc.

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