The Law and Justice Ministry’s Institute of Legislative Drafting and Research is looking for law students who want to do an unpaid internship.
About the Department: This department is part of the Ministry of Law and Justice and focuses on writing important laws for the Central Government. This includes laws for Parliament, ordinances by the President, laws for states under President’s rule, and rules for Union territories. They also work on election laws and other legal matters like personal law and contracts. Their job includes keeping laws updated.
The Internship: This is an unpaid opportunity for law students. It’s designed to get students interested in law writing as a career. The internship will help improve their law writing skills and teach them how the Legislative Department works.
Who Can Apply:
- 4th and 5th-year students in a 5-year law program.
- Final-year students in a 3-year law program, from recognized colleges.
- Students who have studied Legislative Drafting will be preferred.
- The exact number of interns to be selected is not mentioned.
- Interns will do research and other tasks related to the department’s work.
- They’ll work under an officer and their work will be evaluated.
- Interns must write a report at the end of their internship.
- Any work they create will belong to the department.
- They can use the Ministry’s library for reference.
Payment: The internship does not pay any money.
How to apply
- The application form given in the notification link below may be duly filled and forwarded to Branch Officer, ILDR, 416 ‘D’ Wing, Legislative Department, Ministry of Law and Justice, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi-110 001.