The Child Rights Clinic (CRC) is an advocacy and policy initiative at Jindal Global Law School. The CRC’s core aim is to engage with the community, activists and stakeholders working in the realm of children’s rights both nationally and internationally to promote rights of all children using a trauma informed and child rights approach.
This internship aims to familiarize law students with the theory and practice of child rights in India. The students will be working on one of three projects the CRC is currently undertaking. The scope of work will be mostly research based with some drafting. Interns at CRC will make an important contribution to the Indian child rights landscape by participating in meaningful projects.
Internship is open to students from Recognized Law Institutions and Universities.
Students pursuing following courses can apply:
· Bachelor’s degree in Law ( 3 year course after graduation), or
· Integrated five year course in Law.
· LLM Students
Duration and Mode of Internship
The Internship shall be for a minimum period of 30 days and the mode of internship is virtual.
One can apply for the internship either for the month of June or July.
How to Apply
Interested candidates may fill up the following form which includes uploading of their CV and a statement of purpose reflecting your interest and motivation in working with the CRC: Click here.
Applications will be accepted via google form ONLY.
Certificates will be awarded to the interns on successful completion of their internship and on fulfilling all the mandatory requirements to the complete satisfaction of the CRC.
Deadlines for Applications
20 May for internship in the month of June.
27 May for internship in the month of July.