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Last Date to Apply: 18-07-2019
Internship Programme - Job Details Date of Posting: 02-07-2019

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - PART-TIME INTERNS (LITIGATION)

Position: Project 39A is looking to engage interns at its campus in Dwarka Sector 14, New Delhi for its litigation work. This is a part-time Internship Programme with the interns being expected to work from our office for at least four hours per working day. The internship is for a period of three months starting from August 2019. 

Eligibility: The internship is open to students in India enrolled in a recognized undergraduate or postgraduate programme in law. Those enrolled in other programmes may apply but preference will be given to those enrolled in programmes listed above.

Remuneration:Interns will be paid a stipend of Rs 3,000 (Rupees Three Thousand Only) for every four week period of internship undergone. 


How To Apply   

Interested students may send their resumé and a statement of purpose, explaining their interest in working on issues of death penalty and the contribution that they see themselves making to the work. The statement of purpose must not exceed 500 words. 

Please send your resumé and statement of purpose to p39ainternships@nludelhi.ac.in. The subject of the e-mail should be “Project 39A - Application for part-time Internship”.

Deadline: Applications must reach us no later than midnight of 18th July 2019.


About National Law University Delhi

Globalization is a challenge and also an opportunity in the present times. We require the convergence of economics, technology and law. India had a long history of business and technology. The potential has been unleashed through the process of liberalization. Yet the smooth sailing requires the compass called rule of law. We have mixed track record on this count. India has established itself as a democracy which is a success on the macro participative process of governance. Yet, there are other crucial issues of internal dimension.