Internship Position Open: Vidhi’s Internship on Corporate and Financial Regulation; 4-12 Weeks | Delhi | Stipend

The Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy (Vidhi) is inviting applications for internships from students enrolled in a recognised five-year law programme at any Indian university for assisting Vidhi Fellows on legal policy work in corporate and financial regulation.

Interns at Vidhi will have the opportunity to:
Interact with legal academics and practising lawyers
Conduct research on cutting-edge issues of law and policy
Assist with drafting reports

Applications are invited for a minimum period of 4 weeks and a maximum period of 12 weeks.

Interns will be required to be resident in Delhi for the duration of the internship.

A basic stipend will be provided.

Job Qualifications
Law students enrolled in a five-year degree.

To apply, please email the following to

(a) Resumé;

(b) A writing sample of not more than 1500 words on corporate or financial regulation;

(c) Exact dates over which you would like to undertake your internship. You may specify any dates from 1 April 2014 to 31 December 2014.

About Vidhi: The Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy (formerly Pre-Legislative Briefing Service)is an independent legal think-tank comprising legal academics from leading universities around the world and practising lawyers based in India.

Its mission is to impact legislative design and policy-making in India by conducting high-quality, analytical research on diverse aspects of law.

It aims to advise government on proposed legislation and its drafting, provide critical analyses of bills and rules before Parliament and state legislatures, draft bespoke reports on specific legal issues of public concern and offer independent policy guidance to the government, with a view to creating sound legal and policy frameworks in India.

Vidhi’s advisory board comprises leading figures in law, government, public administration, academia and industry in India.

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