Internship Call: Interns Required at TAS Law, Delhi for Feb/March/April 2020

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TAS Law is looking for interns for the month of February, March and April. The candidates can themselves choose the slot they want to intern.

Location

P-2, Jangpura, Block P, Jungpura Extension, New Delhi, Delhi 110014

Apply via Email

Email id- [email protected]


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