A very exciting internship opportunity for law students or fresh law graduates in an office situated in  South Mumbai consisting of 6 practicing advocates and 2 interns who deal various works relating to shipping, logistics, transportation, and  the areas of practice also include  civil suits, arbitration matters, 138 matters,consumer complaints, criminal complaints,etc.

We are now in need of junior and also an intern who can work  at least for a period of 6 months and can extend it for more later.

The interns/junior would be assisting the Advocates in their drafting works and court/arbitration appearances and an ample amount of research work would also given to the interns/junior .

You shall assist advocates in handling cases and can also learn all kinds of litigation works including filing cases.

If you anxiously learn the work and show all your skills and abilities, you shall also be given cases to handle yourself.

Stipend can be negotiated.

Friendly environment and flexible timings for interns.

Students from Fourth year of 5 year law course and Second year of 3 year law course are encouraged to apply.

It would be a great learning experience for fresh law graduates who want to practice.

All the interested candidates can mail their CV’s to [POSITION CLOSED]



  1. I am 1st year student 3 year course, experience in import transactions more than 10 years.
    with to join law firm and to learn under experienced person.

  2. Hey….this is Bakul Vaja doing 1st year LLB course of 3yrs from lala laj pat rai college,South Mumbai…i want to do internship for more than 6months……it vil be really nice of you if u will help me out …

  3. Ok, so i enquired with Sarvani regarding the above mentioned internship with A.K. Associates and the following is what I have been informed by her;

    1. The internship will be probationary for a period of the initial 3 months with no stipend, thereafter the intern may receive “some” stipend subject to the kind of matters that he/she works on, which essentially means there is a healthy chance of working pro-bono.

    2. The point-of-contact i.e. Sarvani was reluctant to specify any quantitative figure in respect to the stipend offered, which seems rather unusual and contrary to the negotiable clause mentioned in the prospectus.

    3. On enquiring about PPOs, the point-of-contact was clear that there are none, also there seems to scope of extension after 6 months, in so far as interns are concerned, for final semester students, perhaps.

    The above is without malice or prejudice and in the best interest of all concerned applicants, including myself.

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