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About the Organization

Pitra Kripa Law Chambers is a full-service law firm based in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The firm was founded by a renowned and seasoned civil and criminal lawyer Mr. R K Daga. The Firm practise areas include civil, criminal, revenue, constitutional, Trademark, etc. litigation and advisory.

About the Internship

Primarily, the interns will be required to prepare the case brief, research, and assist in drafting.

Eligibility

3rd year to 5th-year law students studying in any reputed college in India.

Number of Interns Required

2 (two)

Location

The Firm is located at 70, Shiva Colony, Near Imliwala Phatak, Tonk Road, Jaipur Rajasthan. Needless to state that considering the present scenario, the interns will be permitted to work from their respective homes.

Who can Apply?

3rd year to 5th-year law students studying in any reputed college in India.

Stipend

Based on performance

Duration of Internship

1 Month: can be extended basis the performance and request from the intern.

Application Procedure

Kindly send your Resume/CV at [email protected]

The interns will be selected on the basis of their CV/cover letter and a brief personal interview over phone/zoom.

Contact Information

E-mail ID: [email protected]


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