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The Research & Analytical Department of Learning the Law (A Subsidiary of Lex-WarrierFoundation) is seeking a highly-motivated interns who are looking to gain valuable experience in research and analytics for a minimum period of 3 months. The internship is UNPAID and requires a minimum of 10 hours/week.

What you should do?

Intern will be asked to; submit a 2 – 3 research works per week. Periodic review and feedback will be provided to improve the research skills.


Certificate of Internship will be provided to candidates who completes the Internship Program successfully.

LinkedIn Recommendation.

One Free Article Publication in an associated Journal having ISSN Certification.

Who can apply?

Students of Five year or Three year law degree are recommended to apply. However, even LL.M/Ph.D students will be permitted on case to case basis.

Application Fee

A Non-refundable Application Fees of Rs. 250/- (Rupees Two Hundred and Fifty Only) shall be paid. Said payment will be towards the cost of processing the application and sending the Internship Certificate to the successful interns by Post/Courier.

In case of Non-Indian applicants, they shall pay a Non-Refundable Fees of USD 10 (Ten US Dollar Only). Electronic certificate as well as LinkedIn Recommendation will be issued to the successful candidates.

Application Procedure

All interested candidates shall forward their Resume to following Email ID ( with the Subject Line “Internship – Learning the Law”.

You will be asked to pay the application fee only if you are selected.

Internship Application is open throughout the year. Thus, interested candidates can apply anytime. All selected Interns shall sign an agreement with Learning the Law.

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