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About Neeti Shastra

Neeti Shastra (www.nscorpus.com) is a one-stop platform for the legal fraternity with the most unique services. Founded with the goal to assist law students to gain practical exposure during their law school, Neeti Shastra’s continued efforts towards this cause has led to the formation of Networking Groups comprising over 700 law students from around the country engaging in fruitful discussions and deliberate exchange of legal knowledge. Apart from this, our dedication also extends to assisting recruiters in the field of law in finding suitable interns for their organisations via Associations with us. We operate with the aim of easing the internship process for both students and recruiters.

About – ALLY JURIDIQUE,

A vibrant and progressive firm having a team of highly trained lawyers and expertise in a number of areas. Services of the firm includes every type of consultancy, law firm practice, legal outsourcing and mediation.

About the Opportunity-

They are inviting applications for virtual internship through Neeti Shastra. We will be doing a preliminary check and the interns will be given exposure to Legal research and drafting. They have to Research and summarise different Acts/Laws with landmark Judgments related to certain important provisions of the acts/laws.

** Dehradun candidates will be given preference for this internship.

The internship will be a mixture of online and offline work depending on student’s online classes and other college commitments. Decent command over contracts is required.

HOW TO APPLY-

https://www.nscorpus.com/our-associations/

NOTE: Applications for internship are only accepted through this link. Applications through any other source will be straightaway rejected.

Important dates-

Deadline to fill the form: 2 PM, 22nd October, 2020.

Contact information-

For any queries, please reach out at [email protected] or drop us a message at http://linkedin.com/in/neeti-shastra-a46b251b2
Our website is at www.nscorpus.com

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