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About the website:

IndicLegal.com is a legal website which updates the day-to-day Judgments by various High
Courts, different Tribunals and Supreme Court. The website is also providing a platform to
budding young law students and advocates to publish their articles and to access quality
information. This website is accessed by judicial officers, senior lawyers, law students,
advocates, etc. We are consistently working to create affordable, high standard particulars on Judgments, articles and legislations

About the Internship

IndicLegal.com has started its online internship programme calling for Content Writers and
Editors. The internship will be purely research-based where the candidate will be required to research upon different subjects of law and accordingly write articles, research papers, and case-notes. The interns may also be asked to report on day-to-day judgments from various courts. The editors will review the work done by the interns. It will also be the task of the editors to assign topics and check up on all the tasks allotted by them to their respective interns.

The internship will be online.

The candidates will be provided with proper guidance with respect to the tasks assigned to
them.

Tasks of the Interns

1. Research on topics of law assigned to them
2. Writing Articles, essays and short notes.
3. Reporting on Judgments

Task of the editors

1. Assign topics to their interns.
2. Manage the interns working under them.
3. Check the work completed by their respective interns.
Duration of the Internship
2 Months (60 Days) (May extend according to the needs of the Intern as well as the
Organisation)

Eligibility For Interns

The internship program is mainly for law students from 1 st to 5 th year of five-year integrated LLB programme. Only those students should apply who are comfortable doing work from home.

For Editors

The internship program is mainly for law students from 3 rd to 5 th year of five-year integrated LLB programme. Editors must have previous experience in handling content writing tasks.

Benefits

1. Learning the skills of writing research articles, research papers.
2. Flexible Working Hours.
3. Internship Certificate.

Last Date for Application: 15th October, 2020.

How to Apply?

Content Writers
Fill the form: https://forms.gle/4B35azvBbAKoSDEfA
Editors
Fill the form: https://forms.gle/1g6oQxE55EDmgoHq5

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