Paid Assessment Internship Opportunity at Trust Legal Advocates & Consultants | Apply Now!

About Trust Legal Advocates & Consultants

Trust Legal, Advocates & Consultants is a boutique law firm based in New Delhi and has affiliate offices in various cities across the country. Trust Legal is a niche law firm which is solely committed to excellence, hard work and being a leader in its practice areas. Their clients trust them with their most important transactions, disputes and projects because of their ability to cut through complexity and mitigate risks.

About the Position

Trust Legal opens the induction programme for 2022 or a paid assessment internship programme. This is a very important opportunity for future lawyers of 2022 batch who want to join one of the leading litigation law firms of Delhi to specialize in the areas of Environment Law, Infrastructure laws, dispute resolution and arbitration, Intellectual Property Rights, Media and Broadcasting law practice and Healthcare.

Duration

This paid assessment will be for a duration of three months followed by three months of intensive training upon the successful assessment is completed.

Eligibility

Final Year Law Students

Location

Delhi and Kerala Office

How to Apply ?

Please send your applications along with your CV on Simran.trustlegal@gmail.com

Note: On account of Covid, personal transport is a mandatory requirement for both Delhi and Cochin offices.

Disclaimer

All efforts are made to ensure the accuracy and correctness of the information published at Legally Flawless. However, Legally Flawless shall not be responsible for any errors caused due to oversight or otherwise. The students are advised to check an opportunity themselves before applying.

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