Internship in Delhi – Intellectual Property Law – Lall and Sethi

Are you interested in paying US firms a huge sum, the next time your grandmom prepares neem oil when you are down with fever? If you don’t think so, why not join the battle to  make sure that fruits of thinking belong to their rightful owners? Lall and Sethi, a renowned law firm offers paid internships in Intellectual Property Law.

About Lall and Sethi:- They specialize in intellectual property law and have their presence in 8 countries Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and India. They  deal with all areas of Intellectual Property Law including trade marks, copyrights, patents and designs, confidential information and trade secrets, entertainment law, cyber law and anti-piracy operations.

About the Internship:- It is offered yearlong and aims  to train and develop the capacity of students in the promotion and protection of intellectual property rights through advocacy, activism, research and education. Apart from these, interns also gain practical experience in the field, undertake independent research or experience intellectual property rights concerns that are of interest to them.

 Location:- New Delhi, India

Duration:- Either 2 weeks or 4 weeks.

Who can apply:-  Any law student

Stipend:- INR 1000/week

How to apply:- Interested students may send their resume at Internship@IndiaIP.com.

This internship was shared by Ankita Sharma from RRK college, Moradabad and with this she wins a prize in Share an Internship – win exciting prizes! contest. Congratulations Ankita– keep the good work up!

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