Applications are invites for the position of Law Intern at the office of Ritesh Khare, Advocate, Supreme Court of India/NCDRC/NCLT, Delhi.

Who Can Apply?

Students Pursuing Five Year integrated bachelor degree in law or pursuing bachelor degree in Law from recognized law colleges in the country.

No. of Interns required: 2

Type of work

Interns shall have the opportunity to work on Drafting and filing, Extensive Research work, Briefing to Senior Counsels, Court Proceedings and Hearings as well as visits to Tribunals.

Eligibility and application procedure
  • Interested law students in the 2nd to 3rd year of the three-year law course, and 3rd to 5th year of the five-year law course may send in their cover letter (in the email) and resume to akhileshgusain2@gmail.com with the subject line “Internship Period.
  • The resume of the applicant shall be of at most 2 (two) pages.
  • Please note that the office timings are from 10.30 a.m to 7.30 p.m.
  • Currently, no stipend is being offered to the interns for completing the internship programme.
  • Please inform in your application if you require any leaves during the period of internship. Any request for leaves post confirmation of internship shall not be accepted

Location: New Delhi

Duration:  Minimum one month extend based on overall performance of the intern

Certificate

Interns shall be awarded certificate of internship on completion only.

Application Process

Interested candidates may send their CV along with cover letter  at Akhileshgusain2@gmail.com

1 COMMENT

  1. Interning in the office of Mr. Ritesh Khare was a great learning experience. Unlike other law office where interns sit idle and hardly learn anything, this was very different. He is mainly a litigation lawyer and deals with cases in SC, NCLT, NCDRC and sometimes in the High court of Delhi.
    His office is located in Jangpura which is very much near to Nizzamuddin station.

    Whenever I could reach office in time (getting up early is difficult for a college student!) I could accompany him and his team to the court room.
    After court hours, I was expected to sit in the office and learn whatever I could through reading files of the matters which were listed the next day.
    The junior lawyers in his office were friendly and would guide me whenever I needed help.
    This is a good place for law students who are looking forward to make a career in litigation.
    And yes, there is unlimited supply of freshly made desi chai from the office pantry whenever the need strikes.

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