Why you should intern with us.
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. Our endeavour is to bring the exposure of a typical law firm and corporate houses right on your plate even though you summer internships are over for now through our online internship programme.
Interns will have an opportunity to learn how to make case summaries and do a comparative study of the precedents. They will also have the opportunity to learn how to write good research articles for their projects, research papers and thesis. They can sharpen their diverse set of skills, including presentation, research, case law search, drafting, among others. For instance, finding useful information about licenses and registrations will help them in preparing any kind of DDR (Due Diligence Report) when they join a law firm after their law school. Development of manuals and guidelines on various subjects will make them familiar with the working methodologies and style of drafting at any law firm. This will definitely go a long way to keep them ahead of their friends. Similarly, compiling case lists on various issues can turn them into a living encyclopedia case laws on any relevant issues. Furthermore, they can keep themselves updated with the key changes in the new Companies Act and its various aspects.
Who can apply: Undergraduate law students, postgraduate law students, and research scholars in India
When to apply: Positions are available throughout the year
Internship Confirmation: Once your complete application (the three documents requested above) has been received, we will take a minimum of 2 weeks from the date of your application to process your application and accordingly you will be notified if you get selected. Please do not follow up through emails or phone calls.
Acceptance: The internship offers will remain open for acceptance for 15 working days from the date of the offer. If we do not hear from you within that period we will assume that the offer is rejected and it will be withdrawn and offered to the next successful applicant.
Revocation: Any instance of lack of accountability or more than three instances of inordinate delay in submitting the work or responding to the email instructions may result in revocation of your position as a research scholar at any time without a prior notice.
Internship Certificate: Every interns will be provided with both digital and hard copy of the Internship Certificate describing their work in brief, after their successful completion of the internship.
Stipend: None, however the best interns will have the opportunity to be promoted as Research Scholar at Indian Case Laws subject to their acceptance to the offer.
Minimum Period: 2 months
Work Profile: We need interns for our various projects. The criteria and application process for each has been described below.
Current Opening: 2
- Maruti Udyog Ltd. vs. Ram Lal and Ors., AIR 2005 SC 851
- Mekaster Trading Corporation vs. Union of India (UOI) and Ors. 2003 (71) DRJ 376 (Delhi High Court, 2003)
- Director of Income Tax vs. Ericsson, 343 ITR 370
- Akuate Internet Services Pvt. Ltd. & Anr. vs. Star India Pvt. Ltd. & Anr., MIPR 2013 (3) 1
- MSR Leathers vs. S. Palaniappan and Anr., (2013) 10 SCC 568 (Supreme Court, 2013)
How to submit: You can send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject of the email as “Internship_Case Summaries”.
Skill Sets Required: Good presentation skills, ability to summarize cases in pith and precise manner and compare the legal positions from other precedents.
Current Opening: 1
Application Process: Here you have to just send the best research article you have ever written or you can simply consider writing articles on the following topics and send it along with your C.V. and a short Cover Letter.
- Digital Evidencing (electronic records, attribution, acknowledgement and dispatch, Vodafone Essar Ltd. vs Raju Sud, State vs. Navjot Sandhu, Rayala M. Bhuvaneswari vs. NagaphanenderRayala, Dharambir vs. Central Bureau of Investigation
- Trade Mark, Metadata and Internet Search Engines
- E-commerce Insolvency
- Transfer of Employees at the time of Mergers & Acquisitions
- Preferential Allotment of Shares under the new Companies Act, 2013
How to submit: You can send your submissions to email@example.com with the subject of the email as “Internship_Research Article”.
Skill Sets Required: Good research skills, ability to search and analyze relevant case laws, standard footnoting, keeping the article more informative than analytical, placing more reliance on case laws and statutory provisions than scholarly opinions.
Current Opening: 1
Application Process: Here you have to just send your C.V. and a short Cover Letter. You may be required to work on the following ongoing projects among others-
How to submit: You can send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject of the email as “Internship_Others”.
Skill Sets Required: Diversified
-  Bombay High Court, Summary Suit No. 3264/2009 Dated : 22 November, 2011
-  Supreme Court of India, Case No. : Appeal (Crl.) 373-375 of 2004, Date of Judgement : 04/08/2005
-  Andhra High Court, AIR 2008 AP 98, 2008 (2) ALD 311, 2008 (1) ALT 613
-  Delhi High Court, 148 (2008) DLT 289