Webinar on Understanding Legal Frame Works- Commercial, Investment, and Construction Arbitration

Dr. Jaya Vasudevan is an Professor of Law at Manipal Law School (MLS) Bengaluru

Before joining MAHE, she had been Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for Foreign and International Private and Business Law, the Heidelberg University and the Max Planck Institute for Comparative & International Private Law, Hamburg, Germany.

She holds Ph. D from the University of Delhi in International Commercial Arbitration Law.

Her teaching, as well as recent research, has been in the field of International Trade Law, including Dispute Resolution Laws & Conflict Management in Business, with a special focus on Commercial & Investment Arbitration Law.

Her recent research includes the GST law and Indirect Taxation and Comparative Law of International Commercial Arbitration in Europe and Asia.

Internship Opportunity at Pravah Law

Pravah Law is inviting applications for internship at Pravah Law in August 2024.

About Pravah Law

Pravah Law is a Delhi-based litigation chamber with practices in the Supreme Court of India, the Delhi High Court, the Central Administrative Tribunal (Principal Bench), and arbitral tribunals.

About the Opportunity

Pravah Law is inviting applications for internship at Pravah Law in August 2024.

Eligibility Criteria

Law students from the 3rd, 4th and 5th year are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply?

  • Applicants may send their CV and one writing sample with a crisp covering email to office[at]pravahlaw[dot]in. Long cover letters/emails are discouraged.
  • The email’s subject line should read “Application for Internship: August 2024”, failing which the application may slip through the cracks since we are using a mail filter.

Application Deadline

July 14, 2024



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Webinar on ‘Mastering the Skills of Mediation’ by LLS

Registrations are invited for a free webinar on ‘Mastering the Skills of Mediation’ by Lawctopus Law School on July 30 from 7 to 9:15 pm. Register by July 15!

About the Webinar

Join us for an exciting and insightful webinar on Mastering the Skills of Mediation! Whether you’re a law student, a practising lawyer, or simply interested in mediation, this session is designed to elevate your understanding and skills.

We’ll start with an introduction to mediation, breaking down its core principles and exploring why it’s such an effective tool for resolving conflicts. This foundational knowledge will set the stage for deeper learning.

Next, we’ll dive into the essential skills for effective mediation and advocacy. These practical skills are the heart of successful mediation.

We’ll also explore how mediation can future-proof your practice. You’ll learn about the latest trends in mediation and how staying ahead can keep your practice relevant and in demand.

Finally, we’ll uncover diverse and rewarding career opportunities in mediation and ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution). You’ll gain valuable insights into building a successful career in this field. We will share advice and tips to help you navigate your professional journey.

Don’t miss this opportunity to boost your mediation knowledge, gain practical skills, and open new professional horizons.

Register for the Mediation Webinar here.

Structure of the Webinar

7:00 pm – 7:10 pm:

7:10 pm-8:10 pm:

  • Introduction to Mediation
  • Key Skills for Effective Mediation and Mediation Advocacy
  • Future-Proofing Your Practice with Mediation
  • Career Opportunities in Mediation and ADR

8:10 pm – 8:30 pm:

8:30 pm-9:15 pm: <Bonus Registration Opportunity>

Who can Attend

  • Law students
  • Legal professionals and academicians
  • Mediation advocates or mediators
  • Anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of mediation

What will you Gain?

  • Gain a solid foundation in mediation principles and techniques, essential for anyone involved in conflict resolution.
  • Learn key skills, such as active listening, empathy, that can be applied in real-world mediation sessions.
  • Discover how to integrate mediation into your practice to stay ahead of evolving legal trends and maintain a competitive edge.
  • Explore diverse career paths in mediation and ADR with expert advice on building a successful and rewarding career in this field.
  • Benefit from the <Bonus Registration Opportunity> to register for our ADR Arbitration and Mediation Course

Register for the Mediation Webinar here.

Details of the Webinar

  • Date: July 30th
  • Time: 7:00 PM to 9:15 PM
  • Platform: Zoom (the joining link will be sent upon registration)
  • Registration Fee: None
  • Certificate: Available at the end of the webinar for a fee of Rs. 100.

Note: We discourage law students from getting certificates for webinars! Your main reason for attending this webinar should be the practical learning you’ll gain from it. However, since some institutions ask for proof during internship/job application, we provide e-certificates for our webinars for a small fee.

Meet your Speaker

Aditya Aryan, a trained mediator from ‘ADR ODR International’ recognised by IMI, SIMI, and CMC UK, graduated from ICFAI Dehradun and has a stellar record in Mediation.

He completed another 40-hour mediation training from ‘YCM’ in Association with Khaitan & Co, FCDR, Prachi Mediation, AMP, and Crek ODR. He has also assessed over a dozen Mediation and Negotiation Competitions of repute, including those by ICC, CDRC, NLS, and GLC, among others.

Aditya has worked for YCM as an Assistant Trainer and Chief of Staff and is a Mentee at the International Academy of Mediators. He also mentors students in participating in mediation and negotiation competitions and supports student bodies in organising them.

Furthermore, Aditya serves as the Young Member at the International Arbitration and Mediation Centre, the International Mediation Institute (IMI), the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), and the International Council for Commercial Arbitration.

Meet your Host

Mr. Tanuj Kalia, the founding CEO of Lawctopus, graduated from NUJS Kolkata in 2013 and completed his MA in Law Politics and Society from AUD in 2019.

He’s the author of the book ‘Law as a Career’ (published by LexisNexis in 2015) and has keynoted at various forums, including TEDx, leading private colleges, and NLUs.

He’s also the winner of the Business World Legal 40 under 40 award and is currently training to be an ICF-certified coach.

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About the <Bonus Registration Opportunity>

This webinar is like the trailer of a movie, and the movie is our ADR: Arbitration and Mediation Course

If you like the webinar, you can register for Lawctopus Law School’s ADR, Arbitration, and Mediation Course from 8:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.

For those who register during the webinar, the following bonuses will apply:

1. 20% discount on ADR; Arbitration and Mediation Course [worth Rs. 1580/-] 

2. Free access to our self-paced course on ODR (Online Dispute Resolution) worth Rs. 3800.

The total worth of the bonuses is Rs. 5380, and of course, more importantly, learning skill-sets [like arbitration, important applications in arbitration, mediation, settlement agreements, etc.] and attitude-sets [of constant learning] that will last a life-time.

These bonuses are available only during the webinar during the given time slot.

Want to take advantage of these bonuses before attending the webinar? Email us at [email protected] with the subject line ‘Mediation Webinar Bonus’, and we’ll let you know the process.

Register for the Mediation Webinar here.

Law Researcher at Delhi Judicial Academy

Delhi Judicial Academy has opened up applications for Law Researchers to work with them.

About Delhi Judicial Academy

The Delhi Judicial Academy envisions strengthening the justice delivery system through Judicial Education, Training, Research and Policy Development.  It provides Judicial Education and Training to judges of the District Judiciary and other stakeholders.

It focuses on strengthening judicial capacity and independence, inculcating ethical judicial practices, motivating the development of professional skills and sharpening legal knowledge. It also enables dialogue between different stakeholders of the Justice delivery system to improve access to justice

About the Opportunity

Applications are invited from Indian Nationals born on or after 1 July 1994 for the appointment of 4 Law Researchers at Delhi Judicial Academy on a consolidated remuneration of Rs. 65,000/- (Rupees Sixty Five Thousand only) per month initially for a period of one year on contract basis extendable by another one year, at the sole discretion of the Appointing Authority.

The applicants may also note that they may be required to work even beyond Office hours Depending upon the exigency of the research work for which no overtime shall be payable. No TA/DA shall be paid to the candidates called for the interview. It may also be noted that the above engagement is purely contractual in nature.

It would not confer any right of permanent employment at Delhi Judicial Academy. It is also clarified that a Law Researcher will not be entitled to pursue further studies or practice or take up any other assignments during the period she/he works as a Law Researcher at the Academy.

Any ethical breach by a Law Researcher will be viewed seriously and will disentitle the Law Researcher from receiving a certificate etc.

Number of Vacancies




Eligibility Criteria

The candidate must be a Law Graduate from a recognized university on the last date of receiving the applications.


A consolidated remuneration of Rs. 65,000/- (Rupees Sixty Five Thousand only) per month initially for a period of one year on a contract basis extendable by another one year, at the sole discretion of the Appointing Authority. depending upon the exigency of the research work for which no overtime shall be payable.

How to Apply?

  • The applications shall be submitted in the prescribed form (Annexure “1”) given below this post.
  • The application shall bear the recent passport-size photograph of the applicant. The application shall be submitted by post only in a closed envelope, clearly mentioning on the envelope “Application for appointment as Law Researcher at Delhi Judicial Academy”, addressed to the Director (Administration), Delhi Judicial Academy, Sector-14, Dwarka, New Delhi-110078. The application should reach the Academy on or before 4 August 2024 by 4:00 p.m.
  • Applications which are incomplete, unsigned and received after the prescribed date and time, shall be rejected summarily and no enquiry will be entertained in this regard
  • shortlisted candidates will be called for an Interview which will comprise 100 Marks. Interview dates will be intimated telephonically/e-mailed later on.

Application Deadline

August 4, 2024.


Sector-14, Dwarka, New Delhi-110078.

Contact Information

For any queries, please contact at 011-20892183 or [email protected].

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Institute of Legislative Drafting and Research Fellowship 2024

Ministry of Law and Justice is inviting Institute of Legislative Drafting and Research Fellowship 2024.

Purpose & Eligibility

Institute of Legislative Drafting and Research (ILDR) seeks to motivate, train, create interest and enhance capacity building in legislative drafting, legal research and training through multi-track initiatives across Law, Policy and regulation.

ILDR offers Fellowship to graduates in law of 5 years integrated LL.B. Course, 3 years LL.B. Course and 3 years B.A. (Law) Course.


Duration of Fellowship shall commence from the date of joining for a period upto three months, as decided by the Competent Authority and can be renewed for one more term.

Procedure to Apply

  • The candidates desirous for Fellowship in ILDR may fill the application form as per Annexure-A. Eligible candidates may also be nominated by Secretary, Legislative Department on the recommendation of Course Director (ILDR) or otherwise.
  • The candidates are also required to submit Character Certificate along with the application form. A format of Character Certificate to be signed by First Class Magistrate or by First Class Gazetted Officer is attached at Annexure-B.
  • Candidates are advised to send the original duly filled-in application form along with relevant documents through speed post at-least one month before the proposed date for commencement of the Fellowship. An advance copy of the application form along with relevant documents may be sent to ILDR at the coordinate set out in para 9. Incomplete and late applications shall not be considered and liable to be rejected.
  • Selected candidates are required to bring the original application along with all supporting documents in original on the day of commencement/joining for the Fellowship.


ILDR selects candidates for Fellowships on need-based basis. Selection of candidates for Fellowship is subject to the approval of Competent Authority. Decision of Competent Authority shall be final. ILDR reserves the right to select the candidates and to revise the scheme as and when found necessary.

No remuneration, allowance or expense shall be paid or reimbursed to the selected candidates by ILDR under the scheme and no employment liability shall be undertaken by ILDR.

Terms & Conditions

  • Candidates are required to wear formal dress only.
  • Candidates are required to ensure their presence from 09:00 a.m. to 05:30 p.m. unless otherwise permitted by the controlling officer and shall be required to sign the daily attendance register in ILDR Section.
  • Library facility is limited to referencing only, borrowing of books/journals shall not be extended to the candidates.
  • If the candidate decides to disengage from the Department before completion of their tenure, he/she must give prior intimation in writing to this Department.
  • Candidates are required to bring Police Clearance Certificate, for the purpose of issuance of entry pass.
  • Candidates may be assigned any responsibility relating to study, research or other work in connection with the functioning of the Department, and any material prepared by the candidates shall be the property of this Department.


On satisfactory completion of Fellowship, a certificate of Fellowship shall be issued to the candidate. For satisfactory completion of Fellowship 90% attendance is mandatory. Certificate will not be issued to the candidates whose attendance is less than 90% of the total working days during the period of their Fellowship. Absent days shall be marked in the Certificate.


Contact Details for submission of application form or for queries, if any:
Institute of Legislative Drafting and Research (ILDR),
Legislative Department, Ministry of Law and Justice,
Room No. 412, ‘A’ Wing, 4th Floor, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi-110001.
Ph. No. 23384379
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Law/ Policy Interns at Adhyayan Foundation for Policy & Research

Applications are invited for Law/ Policy Interns at Adhyayan Foundation for Policy & Research for the year 2024.

About the Foundation

Adhyayan Foundation for Policy & Research is an independent think tank dedicated to producing quality research to help in the formulation, assessment, and implementation of public policies. It strives towards bridging the gap in policymaking for the wholesome growth and development of our country.

We aim at guiding discourse to make better laws and improve governance for the public good. We are committed to producing legal research of the highest standard to inform public debate and contribute to improved governance.

About the Opportunity

We are delighted to announce an exciting opportunity for budding researchers and policy enthusiasts. We’re looking for interns to work with us on policy related matters.

Who Should Apply?

This internship opportunity is open to individuals with a strong interest in public policy research. We welcome applicants who are enthusiastic, analytical, and eager to delve into policy issues that have a significant impact on the country.

Whether you are a law student, recent law graduate, or someone with a passion for policy research, we encourage you to apply.

Internship Details

  • Duration: 2 months (minimum)
  • Location: Virtual
  • Number of Positions: 10


  • Conduct in-depth research on assigned policy topics.
  • Analyze data, gather information, and synthesize findings.
  • Collaborate with a team of researchers and experts.

How to Apply?

Interested candidates can apply online via the link given at the end of the post.

Application process

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview, during which they will have the opportunity to discuss their qualifications and passion for public policy research. This is a remarkable chance to engage with pressing policy issues, contribute to a meaningful project.


For inquiries or further information, feel free to reach us out at [email protected].

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Internship Opportunity at OpenNyAI

Applications are invited for an online internship opportunity with OpenNyAI from July 20 to August 20. Apply by July 15!

About the Organisation

The OpenNyAI mission, created in 2021, is a collaborative mission with an aim of catalysing exponentially better justice solutions by harnessing the power of AI.

The mission’s members include Agami, Thoughtworks, Ekstep, and the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. Agami, which steers the OpenNyAI mission, is geared towards discovering and catalysing innovation in the field of law and justice.

OpenNyAI works with a diverse network of legal professionals, technologists and academic institutions. The goal is to encourage the integration of AI in the justice sector by developing the necessary tools and addressing the challenges posed by the process.

By combining their network’s expertise, the partners within OpenNyAI are actively working towards establishing standardised testing methodologies currently lacking in indigenous AI development, bridging a crucial gap in technology evaluation.

About the Project

Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies are increasingly integrated into various sectors, including the legal field. RAG (Retriever Augmented Generation) systems are designed to enhance the accuracy of AI responses.

AI often “hallucinates” or generates answers that are inaccurate. A RAG system comprises two main elements: a retriever and a generator. The retriever fetches information from an existing database, and the generator uses this information to generate a response. Since the database is narrow, a RAG system produces more accurate answers, reducing the possibility of hallucinations.

However, the evaluation of these technologies poses significant challenges due to the lack of a unified framework. Current evaluation methods are often model-specific, and metrics used for assessing Large Language Models (LLMs) may not be directly applicable to RAG systems.

This highlights the need for standardised testing methodologies, especially in indigenous AI development contexts where such frameworks are absent.

To address the challenges of AI evaluation, our program aims to create a comprehensive legal benchmarking dataset in India. This dataset will be used to test RAG systems on two key metrics: recall and accuracy.

Recall measures the system’s ability to retrieve all relevant information, while accuracy assesses the correctness of the information retrieved. The creation of this dataset will involve a diverse cohort of students from various disciplines, including law, social sciences, gender studies, data sciences, and humanities. The goal is to foster a dataset that supports the development of Responsible AI by reflecting a wide range of perspectives and expertise.

The OpenNyAI mission is looking for volunteers to help in our legal dataset compilation. This dataset will be used to measure the accuracy of an AI framework: the RAG system. To register your interest, we require you to submit a task (~15m) detailed below.

Number of Volunteers Required

200 people



Duration of Internship

2-3 hours every weekday from 20th July to 20th August

Who can Apply

  1. Law Students: To participate in our annotating exercises, as a significant portion of the work requires legal aptitude. We are preferably looking for 2nd – 5th year law students.
  2. Students from various disciplines: Including social sciences, gender studies, data sciences, engineering, and humanities. We aim to create a dataset that lends itself to Responsible AI, and we’re looking for as much diversity as possible.


Participants in this program will benefit from weekly interactions with experts in different related fields through scheduled talks. They will receive certificates recognizing their contribution, opportunities for future engagement with our communities, and participate in collaborative meetings to foster peer interaction and learning.

Most importantly, contributors will play a crucial role in developing a legal benchmark dataset that could become a standard tool for testing legal AI applications.

Program Details

Students are provided with different datasets, and a login to a portal that allows them to simulate questions, annotate parts of the document that contain the answer, and write out their answer. The Jugalbandi retriever is then run—on the same question—along with two other retrievers.

Students will have to compare the chunks of information pulled up by all three retrievers to determine their relevance to the question. Relevant chunks are annotated by the students, who then revise their answers based on the new information. These revised answers will be used as ground truths to measure the accuracy of the RAG.


15th July


Email: [email protected]; [email protected]

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Advanced Training Programme on Digital Rights & Digital Equity

GNLU Gandhinagar is organising Advanced Training Programme on Digital Rights & Digital Equity on 16-18 August 2024.

Course Description

Technology has become ubiquitous, permeating every aspect of our personal and professional lives. From social media and online shopping to remote work and e-governance, the digital sphere shapes how we communicate, transact, and interact with the world around us. However, alongside the unprecedented opportunities presented by digital advancement, there also exist significant challenges related to Digital Rights & Digital Equity.

The need for a course on Digital Rights & Digital Equity stems from the growing recognition of the complex and multifaceted issues surrounding digital governance and inclusion. As digital technologies continue to evolve at a rapid pace, it has become increasingly clear that individuals and institutions alike must possess a deep understanding of digital rights principles and strategies for promoting equity in the digital realm.

The certificate course is tailored for a diverse audience including cyber law enthusiasts, digital rights advocates, academicians, and industry stakeholders. It offers to equip participants with the necessary knowledge and tools to navigate the intricate terrain of digital rights, digital divides, and digital exclusion, with a focus on both Indian and international laws and frameworks. By the end of the training program, participants will be equipped with the necessary insights and skills to champion digital rights and inclusion in their respective spheres of influence.

Course Objective

The Course intends to enable the participants:

  • To understand digital rights encompassing privacy, freedom of expression, access to information, and digital security, contextualized within both Indian and international legal frameworks.
  • To address digital divide by examining factors contributing to disparities, addressing infrastructure gaps, promoting digital literacy, and overcoming socioeconomic barriers to digital access.
  • To promote digital inclusion by amplifying awareness around diverse voices, their concerns and promoting equitable participation in the digital sphere

Course Outcomes

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of digital rights, equipping participants with the knowledge and skills to navigate the complexities of the digital age.
  • Develop actionable strategies through practical exercises and collaborative activities to address digital inequalities, promote digital literacy, and advocate for digital rights across communities and organizations.
  • Enhance professional credentials and gain valuable networking opportunities, empowering participants to become effective advocates for a fair, equitable, and inclusive digital society.
  • Participants will receive a certificate on completion of this course.


Students, Research Scholars, Practitioners, Academics, Professionals in relevant disciplines.


Students: 1000 INR; Research Scholars: 1500 INR and Professionals: 2000 INR.

Course Outline

  • Understanding Digital Rights (6 hours)
    • Introduction to Digital Rights
    • International Legal Framework for Digital Rights
    • Indian Legal Framework for Digital Rights
    • Digital Privacy & Data Security
  • Bridging the Digital Divide (4 hours)
    • Understanding the Digital Divide & Addressing Infrastructure Gaps
    • Promoting Digital Literacy and Skills Development
    • Overcoming Socioeconomic Barriers
  • Promoting Digital Inclusion (6 hours)
    • Government Policies and Initiatives for Digital Inclusion
    • Corporate Social Responsibility in Digital Inclusion
    • Building Collaborative Networks for Digital Inclusion


Ms. Anamika is an Assistant Professor of Law at the Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar (GNLU). Prior to joining GNLU, she served as an Assistant Professor of Law at the SRM School of Law, SRM University, Chennai. Before entering academia, she had experience working in the corporate sector and advising on allied matters.

She has been a resource person, chair and panellist in several guest lectures, conferences and panel discussions. Anamika completed her undergraduate degree in law at the Symbiosis Law School, Noida, and her post-graduation at the Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur, where she emerged as a gold medallist in Technology and Law specialisation.

She is pursuing her Ph.D. in the area of technological interventions in criminal rehabilitative justice at the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. Anamika is UGC-NET-JRF qualified.

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Internship Opportunity at Vidyarthi & Associates, Delhi

Applications are invited for Internship Opportunity at Vidyarthi & Associates for the year 2024.

About the Organisation

Vidyarthi & Associates is a full service law firm based in Delhi. From its conception in 1957, the Firm has aggressively expanded and diversified its areas of practice. Our team prides itself on providing end-to end services to their clients with a guarantee of a unique and tailor made solution to all of their legal problems.

To complement its prominent litigation practice, the Firm has emerged as a leader in the area of substantial representations in civil and criminal litigation, vetting, contract formulation, expediting banking and insurance industry related procedures and direct exposure to the regulatory bodies thereof.


The candidates are required to be enrolled in a 5-year B.A.LL.B./B.B.A. LL.B. programme or a 3-year LL.B. programme from a recognized institute/university.

Nature of Internship

Work from office. Monday to Saturday. Timings – 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The timings and work days are tentative and may be relaxed depending on the deliverables.

No. of Interns



30 days.



How to Apply?

Interested candidates can send their applications along with a covering letter (if any) at [email protected].


Add: Basement, 5/9, Sarvpriya Vihar, New Delhi, Delhi – 110016 (Near Hauz Khas Metro Station)
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Internship Opportunity at Square Yards

Square Yards is seeking a motivated and detail-oriented Legal Intern to join our Legal & Compliance team.

About Square Yards

Square Yards is a full-stack prop-tech platform; playing the entire consumer journey from Search & Discovery, Transactions, Mortgages, Home furnishing and Rentals and Property Management.

About the Opportunity

Square Yards is seeking a motivated and detail-oriented Legal Intern to join our Legal & Compliance team. This internship offers a valuable opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the legal field.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Draft, review, vet, and redline various legal documents, including different kinds of agreements such as lease agreement, Service agreements, and non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) etc.
  • Conduct legal research and provide concise summaries on relevant legal issues.
  • Assist with the preparation of legal documents.
  • Maintain organized records of all legal documents and correspondence.
  • Perform other duties as assigned to support the legal department.
  • Strong understanding of contract law and Business laws (Companies Act, NIA and Arbitration laws).
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and legal research tools.

Eligibility Criteria

Pursuing/Completed LLB degree.


INR 15,000/- per month

How to Apply?

Please share your updated profile on [email protected]

Application Deadline

10th July 2024



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