Current Openings at ICL

INTERNSHIPS (Online)

 As an intern and law student, we never get to learn things which we should ideally be knowing before passing out of law school and joining a law firm. First, getting a good internship at a top notch law firm is getting tougher and tougher. Secondly, even though you make it to one of these, a top tier law firms hardly trust an intern with the serious work because of several reasons, including client’s confidentiality, your raw set of skills and understanding of the sensitive issues, to name a few. At Indian Case Laws, we aim to impart you a learning which no law school ever teaches a student. Read more

  • Openings: 3 (Three)
  • Role: Research on Technology Law
  • Stipend: None
  • Team: You will work under the guidance and directions of our founder and two research scholars as a team.
  • Eligibility: You must be have completed your first year of law school/college from any reputed national law schools/colleges and should have genuine interest in technology law.
  • How to Apply: Send your C.V. along with a Cover Letter to indiancaselaws@gmail.com with the subject of the email as “Internship_Technology Law” .

RESEARCH SCHOLAR

We are constantly hunting for the talented researchers. Being a part of our team is like having a mocktail- a mixture of hard work, commitment, legal acumen and a dash of out of the box thinking sprinkled with lots of fun! We currently need two research scholars to work on two of our upcoming projects, namely (a) Case Law Dictionary and (b) Agreement Drafting Manuals.

  • Openings: 2 (Two)
  • Role: (a) Case Law Dictionary and (b) Agreement Drafting Manuals.
  • Remuneration: As this is a knowledge sharing initiative being run on non-profit basis, we do not pay any remuneration as of now.
  • Team: You will work under the guidance and directions of our founder, Vivek Verma as a team.
  • Eligibility: You must be have completed your second year of law school/college from any reputed national law schools/colleges and should have genuine interest in the projects aforementioned.
  • How to Apply: Send your C.V along with a Cover Letter to indiancaselaws@gmail.com with the subject of the mail as “Research Scholar” .
  • Key Takeaways:
    • Case Law Dictionary: You can be part of India’s one of its kind legal dictionary which has never been released before. The Dictionary will be published in the form of a book when the project is complete and the contributor’s name will be expressly acknowledged. Read more here
    • Agreement Drafting: You can learn how to draft different kinds of agreements which is hardly taught in any of the law schools as of today and have access to some well drafted sample agreements. This will help you the most when you would be joining a corporate law firm.

CORE TEAM

We are always on the look out for people who can be part of our core team and run the show as if they own it. Read more

We are currently covering corporate law, commercial law, technology law and intellectual property law. We need one partner to care of tax laws.

  • Opening: 1 (One)
  • Role: Tax Law Updates and Case Analysis
  • Remuneration: As this is a knowledge sharing initiative being run on non-profit basis, we do not pay any remuneration as of now.
  • Team: You can form your own team and select interns and research scholars to work directly under your guidance and directions.
  • Eligibility: You must have completed your law graduation from any reputed national law schools/colleges and should have strong inclination towards tax laws.
  • How to Apply: Send your C.V along with a SoP (Statement of Purpose) indicating why do you want to join us and what is your vision for the tax wing of ‘Indian Case Laws’ to indiancaselaws@gmail.com with the subject of the mail as “Core Team” .

 

 

 

 

 

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