Internship Opportunity at Intygrat, Delhi [Offline; 2 Positions; 1 Month]: Apply Now!

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Intygrat is offering law students in their penultimate year, an opportunity to learn through an internship opportunity at its office in New Delhi.

About the Organisation 

Intygrat is a full-service law firm providing a gamut of legal advisory and litigation support.

About the Internship Opportunity

Intygrat is offering law students (4th year) an opportunity to learn. The type of work includes drafting, research work, work in court, etc.

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Eligibility

4th Year (5-year LLB), 2nd Year (3-year LLB)

Number of Interns Required

2

Location

Nehru Place, New Delhi

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Who can Apply 

Law Students who are hardworking and eager to learn.

Stipend

Depends on the work of the candidate

Duration of Internship

1 month (October)

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Application Procedure

Students can apply by sending an email at info@intygrat.com  by mentioning the subject “Application for the Internship”

Contact Information

In case of queries, write to info@intygrat.com.

Online Internship Opportunity at Sirius Legal: Apply Now!

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About Sirius Legal

Sirius Legal is a solution-oriented, results-driven law office headquartered in Mumbai, with an experienced team of 20-25 people representing clients in Mumbai, Thane, Pune, Delhi, Jaipur, Cuttack and Nagpur.

The lawyers possess an exceptional blend of litigation, corporate and in-house experience, which puts them in a great position to understand the requirements and expectations of clients, and deliver results with utmost professionalism.

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Sirius Legal is presently providing legal services, in the practice areas pertaining to civil laws and white-collar crimes, as well as corporate secretarial services to financial institutions, corporate houses, start-ups and individuals.

About the Opportunity

We are presently looking for 3 interns (two physical and one virtual) to join our Mumbai office in the month of October 2022.

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Eligibility

Though students of 3rd year or above (for 5 year course) and 2nd year or above (for 3 year course) are preferred, a 2nd year student (for 5 year course) may also apply for this position. The office would not entertain the applications of 1st year students, irrespective of their course.

Vacancy

3 interns (two physical and one virtual)

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Location

Mumbai, India

Duration

The duration of internship is going to be minimum 1 month, which is extendable subject to the performance of the intern and availability of slots.

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Work Profile

The nature of work will be research and drafting, as well as assisting in the drafting of, petitions, pleadings, agreements and notices. The intern(s) shall also accompany the advocates to courts and tribunals.

Application Procedure

Interested candidates may send their CV, along with a covering letter explaining their interests and reasons for applying for the position, to siriuslegaladvocates@gmail.com.

Assessment Internship Opportunity at Chamber of AOR Prateek Kumar, New Delhi (Stipend 5k pm) [Offline; 1 Month]: Apply Now!

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Chamber of AOR Prateek Kumar is seeking applications from eligible candidates for internship positions at its office in New Delhi.

About the Organisation

Chamber of AOR Prateek Kumar: The office has one partner – Advocate Ruchir Ranjan Rai and one clerk. Mr. Prateek Kumar is an alumnus of Gujarat National Law University (2014) and Mr. Ruchir Ranjan Rai is an alumnus of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (2016). The LinkedIn profile links are embedded. 

Roles & Responsibilities

Assessment Internship for litigation work, including drafting, research, and assistance with filing and handling of cases in the Supreme Court of India, Delhi High Court, NCLT, NCLAT, CAT, NCDRC, APTEL, and Arbitral Tribunals.

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Eligibility

Final year student having done at least one litigation internship with a High Court or Supreme Court lawyer or law firm. 

Number of Interns Required

1 (ONE)

Location

Defence Colony, New Delhi 

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Who can Apply?

  • Final year student of any reputed law university;
  • Well versed with research skills including research through online research tools as well as through books;
  • Good drafting skills;
  • Proficiency in using Microsoft Word and Adobe Reader; (v) interested in pursuing a career in litigation. 

Stipend

Rs. 5000/- per month.

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Duration of Internship

One month  

Application Procedure

Interested candidates may fill up the Application Form available at the end of this post and upload their Curriculum Vitae as well as Writing Sample of approx. 500 words therein. The short-listed candidates will be interviewed virtually. 

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Contact Information

In case of queries, contact 011 – 40450446 or write at prateekkumar.aor@gmail.com

Click here to apply for the Internship 

Internship Opportunity at People’s Union for Civil Liberties, Jharkhand (PUCL) [4 Weeks; Online/Offline]: Apply Now!

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People’s Union for Civil Liberties, Jharkhand (PUCL) is inviting online applications for its internship program (online/offline) for a period of 4 weeks.

About the Organisation

PUCL is the membership-based one of the largest human rights organizations in the country, striving to defend the civil liberties and human rights of all members of society. The PUCL does not simply react, but also – increases consciousness about human rights and civil liberties. It:

  • provides a platform for all groups to come together to further the cause of human rights
  • intervenes directly in cases where gross violations of human rights take place
  • organises seminars, Lectures, etc., to focus attention on the problems concerning its area of work
  • raised voice against various oppression laws and retrograde amendments to the Constitution
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PUCL, Jharkhand is the state unit of PUCL working on human rights issues in the state. The organization regularly takes up issues of custodial deaths, police atrocities, gender violence and tribal rights and seeks to provide a remedy for the victims by pursuing their cases with the authorities and courts.

About the Opportunity

People’s Union for Civil Liberties, Jharkhand (PUCL) is inviting online applications for its internship program (online/offline) for a period of 4 weeks.

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Nature of Work 

  • Research work on ongoing court cases related to tribal and land rights, custodial deaths, and police atrocities & other human rights violations.
  • Assisting the fact-finding team & preparing reports.
  • Preparing RTI applications.
  • Assisting in ongoing PILs.

Eligibility 

Students in their 3rd year or above enrolled in a five-year program or students in their 2nd year and above enrolled in a three-year program.

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Number of Interns

Up to 5 interns at a time. 

Location

Ranchi in case applying for an offline internship. Or else online internships are also invited

Duration

4 weeks, which can be extended as per the work and consent of the applicant

Stipend 

It’s an unpaid internship. The interns will be provided with a certificate of appreciation after completion of the internship.

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How to Apply 

Interested students can send their resumes along with a cover letter in 300 words or less, explaining their interest in the internship.

Send your resume and cover letter to pucljharkhand@gmail.com. 

Contact Information

In case of queries, write to pucljharkhand@gmail.com 

Paid Legal Internship Opportunity at National Commission for Women [Stipend Rs 10,000]: Apply Now!

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About National Commission for Women

The National Commission for Women (NCW) is the statutory body of the Government of India, generally concerned with advising the government on all policy matters affecting women. It was established on January 31st, 1992, under the provisions of the Indian Constitution, as defined in the 1990 National Commission for Women Act.

The National Commission for Women (NCW) has been set up as a statutory body to further review the Constitutional and Legal safeguards available to women, recommend remedial measures to remove impediments in realizing such goals, facilitate redressal of grievances and advise the Government on all policy matters affecting women.

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The Commission also organizes workshops/consultations, constitutes expert committees, undertakes studies/make recommendations for economic empowerment of women, conducts workshops/seminars for gender awareness and takes up publicity campaign awareness in the society against such social evils.

About the Opportunity

The NCW or the National Commission for Women invites applications for unpaid and paid internship opportunities to effectively disseminate knowledge/information on women-related issues.

NCW decided to engage interns in the National Commission for Women with immediate effect, to effectively disseminate knowledge/information on women related issues and build a pool of trained manpower.

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Accordingly, it has been decided to offer the following categories of internship:

  • Scheme A: Unpaid Internship for a period not less than 30 days for 1st-year students of 3-year LLB Course or 3rd-year student of 5 years LLB Course/Post Graduate in Sociology/Social Work 1st year
  • Scheme B: Paid Internship for 60 days: Students of the second year of 3-year LLB Course/4th / 5th year BA LLB/BBA LLB/ B.Sc LLB Courses/2nd year Post Graduate Sociology/Social Work/ Gender Issue/ Women studies/Gender studies/Students of LLM/ M.Phil/Ph.D/Ph.D Scholars
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Roles and Responsibilities

Each intern will need to maintain a diary of their work on each day of internship in the Commission. All interns will also be required to sign a declaration regarding the confidentiality of information/documents that will come to their knowledge.

Eligibility

  • For a period of a minimum of 30 days:
    • 1st-year students of 3-year LLB Course OR
    • 3rd-year student of 5 years LLB Course/Post Graduate in Sociology/Social Work 1st year
  • For a period of a minimum of 60 days:
    • Students of 2nd year of 3-year LLB Course OR
    • 4th/5th year BA LLB/BBA LLB/ B.Sc LLB Courses OR
    • 2nd year Post Graduate Sociology/Social Work/ Gender Issue/ Women studies/Gender studies OR
    • Students of LLM/ M.Phil/Ph.D/Ph.D Scholars.
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Stipend

  • For less than 60 days Internship: No honorarium will be paid in cases where the interns work for less than 60 days.
  • For 60 days Internship: Rs. 10,000 per month

Selection Criteria

  • Scheme A: First come, first serve basis subject to fulfilling the eligibility requirements
  • Scheme B: 50% weightage for the percentage obtained during the last two years and 50% weightage for the quality of the ‘Statement of Purpose’ uploaded as part of the proforma.
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Application procedure

  • Students desirous of interning with the NCW may upload their applications in the prescribed proforma indicating dates for the calendar year 2022 when they would like to intern with the Commission.
  • A letter of recommendation from the Head of the Institution/Authorised Signatory may also be uploaded.
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To apply for the internship at National Commission for Women, Click Here.

Official Notification

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Call for Papers: Journal for Legislative Drafting and Parliamentary Research (Vol II) by NLIU Bhopal: Submit by Nov 15

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The Centre for Parliamentary Studies, NLIU Bhopal is seeking submissions for the second volume of the Journal for Legislative Drafting and Parliamentary Research (JLDPR).

About NLIU Bhopal

NLIU is amongst the nation’s premier law schools. The University constantly strives to enhance the legal landscape of the country.

About the Centre for Parliamentary Studies

The centre has been established with the objective of promoting advanced learning in constitutional law, public policy research, and legislative drafting. CPS seeks to engage itself in academic discourse and research projects on contemporary public policy issues.

The centre also aims to become an instrumental organization in the holistic development of the Indian legal system by aiding the participants in acquainting themselves with important aspects of the profession.

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Call for Papers

After the successful release of the inaugural edition of NLIU – Journal for Legislative Drafting and Parliamentary Research (JLDPR) on the occasion of the 25th Foundation Day of NLIU, the Centre for Parliamentary Studies, NLIU (CPS) is pleased to announce that it is now accepting submissions for Volume II of the JLDPR.

The Journal is an annual, double-blind, peer-reviewed publication of CPS. It aims to generate interest in the realm of constitutional law, administrative law and public policy research. The Journal also intends to provide a forum for debate and discussion on contemporary developments in the above-listed areas.

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Theme

JLDPR welcomes original, contemporary, analytical, and unpublished manuscripts on constitutional law, legislative drafting, parliamentary research, and public policy from students, academicians, and professionals.

The submissions are expected to be of contemporary relevance and must demonstrate high standards of
academic scholarship.

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Submission Categories

  • Long Articles

Long article should provide an in-depth study of the contemporary legal issue. We intend to incorporate critical analysis and original assertions on the said issue. The word limit for the long articles can vary from
5,000-10,000 words (exclusive of footnotes).

  • Short Articles

Short articles should include condensed studies on contemporary legal issues. The nature of the writing should preferably include descriptive analysis and informed comments on any new ideas and perspectives. The word limit for the short articles can vary from 3000-5000 words (exclusive of footnotes).

  • Book Reviews

All the book reviews must embody an assessment of ideas promoted by the author of the book from the point of view of originality, extent of analysis, and quality. The word limit for the book review can vary from 1500- 3000 words (exclusive of footnotes).

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  • Case Comments

Case comments should include the interpretation of any landmark judicial pronouncement on any contemporary legal issue. Brief information regarding contribution to and digression from the existing laws would be appreciated. The word limit for the case comments can vary from 1500-3000 words (exclusive of footnotes).

  • Legislative Briefs

Legislative briefs should determine the implications of any existing or proposed Indian legislation. The author(s) may concentrate on a specific section or sections of the legislation, or they may present an overview of the legislation. The word limit for the legislative comment can vary from 1500-3000 words (exclusive of footnotes).

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Submission Guidelines

  • The submissions are to be made only in Microsoft Word Format (.docx or .doc files) by sending an email to cps@nliu.ac.in. Emails must mention the subject: “Call for Papers – JLDPR | Volume II” followed by the title of the paper.
  • Soft copies should be submitted by 23:59 hours, November 15, 2022.
  • All articles, and short articles, must be accompanied by an abstract not exceeding 300 words.
  • Heading and sub-headings will be formatted with case sizes of 14 and 12 respectively in Times New Roman and Bold.
  • Body of the writing will be formatted with case size 12 in Times New Roman.
  • Footnotes shall follow the line spacing of 1, and the rest of the manuscript shall follow the line spacing of 1.5.
  • All referencing and footnoting shall strictly adhere to the standards laid down in the Oxford University
  • Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities (4th ed.). Substantive footnoting is impermissible.
  • Co-authorship is permissible up to a maximum of two authors.
  • The authors shall not disclose their identity anywhere in the body of the manuscript.
  • The submission shall also contain a separate cover letter in the body of the email enumerating the following details:
    • Name of the author(s)
    • Address of the author(s)
    • Phone Numbers of the author(s)
    • Title of the manuscript
    • Submission Category
    • Name of the institution/Organization
    • Year of study/ Designation
    • Email address(s)
  • The author(s) must include a declaration in a separate attachment attesting that the submission is the author(s)’ original work and has not been submitted to any other journal for consideration. In case of any copyright infringement claims, the editorial board of the journal shall not be liable. The author shall also vest the sole copyright of the manuscript with the CPS upon the acceptance of the submission.
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Submission Deadline

All submissions are to be made only through email before or at 23:59 hours, November 15, 2022.

Contact Information

For further clarification, please feel free to contact the CPS Editorial Team at cps@nliu.ac.in or Anushree Chandra (Editor-in-Chief) at 9026755359 or Bakhshind Singh (Editor-in-Chief) at 9958224702.

Internship Opportunity at Angad Haksar & Associates Law Firm: Apply Now!

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About Angad Haksar & Associates Law Firm

Angad Haksar & Associates Law Firm provides service for every legal problem. Apart from advocacy we also assist in policy making and business development programs and provide legal service to newly established startups and various MSMEs.

Position

Intern

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Location

Jaipur, Rajasthan

Work Profiles

Intern required at Jaipur Office for:
1. Research Paper Work
2. Office Work
3. Session Court
4. Rajasthan High Court, Jaipur Bench
5. Supreme Court

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Application Procedure

Send Us CV/Resume at angadhaksar@hotmail.com

Top Restructuring and Insolvency Law Firms in India for Internships and Jobs

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AZB & Partners

One of the foremost names in Indian restructuring and insolvency law, AZB & Partners‘s bench enjoys an esteemed reputation for handling large-scale proceedings for international stakeholders, from creditors and funds to distressed companies.

Helmed by Bahram Vakil, the practice is actively engaged on various market firsts. Notably, Vakil, Nilang Desai and Suharsh Sinha currently represent RBI as administrator on Dewan Housing Finance Corporation’s multibillion-dollar restructuring; a market first in the financial services sector under the IBC.

The group also advises on high-profile resolution and restructuring plans in the aviation sector and out-of-court resolutions for distressed NBFCs, with assistance provided by associates Saloni Thakkar and Komal Khare.

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Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas‘ restructuring and insolvency bench acts on high-profile proceedings across sectors as lead advisors to dominant banks and financial institutions operating in India. Practice chair L. Viswanathan led the team (which included Abhijeet Das, Richa Roy and a slew of associates) advising the committee of creditors in Dewan Housing Finance Corporation’s multibillion-dollar insolvency, a market first in the financial services sector. 

Dhananjay Kumar is a notable partner, having been a key advisor to SBI and other stakeholders in relation to the resolution of Yes Bank, and to various creditors’ committees and resolution professionals in other major proceedings across the steel, industrial and aviation sectors.

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J Sagar Associates

J Sagar Associates‘ restructuring and insolvency practice advises domestic and international stakeholders on high-value resolutions. Co-heads Aashit Shah and Varghese Thomas combine their respective banking and finance and dispute resolution expertise to navigate out-of-court restructurings and corporate insolvencies under the IBC on behalf of multinational creditors’ committees and resolution professionals.

Of note is the team’s involvement in large-scale proceedings in the power, manufacturing, engineering and financial services sectors. The practice also negotiates on behalf of distressed companies.

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Khaitan & Co

Acting for a client roster comprising prestigious international financial institutions, Khaitan & Co LLP‘s restructuring and insolvency practice advises on large-scale resolution plans across the breadth of industries. 

Kumar Saurabh Singh , Rajeev Vidhani , Ashwin Bishnoi and Siddharth Srivastava are noteworthy names for all debt restructuring projects. 

Mehul Shah’s reputation extends to group insolvency processes under IBC guidelines, notably with regard to the acquisition of 13 companies comprising the Videocon Group on behalf of resolution applicant Twin Star Technologies. The group also advises lenders on distressed investments into India; Nikhil Narayanan is a key contact for such mandates.

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Luthra and Luthra Law Offices India

L&L Partners Law Offices represents stakeholders before the NCLAT and other major forums in complex insolvency and restructuring proceedings.

A key contact is Bikash Jhawar, who advises clients on proceedings under IBC guidelines and the group represented the committee of creditors led by SBI in the sale of a large pharmaceuticals company under a multimillion-dollar insolvency plans. Former team head Sudhir Sharma  left the practice to join DSK Legal.

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Trilegal

Representing a portfolio of resolution professionals, creditors and distressed companies, Trilegal advises on and assists with out-of-court restructurings, financial recapitalisations, distressed acquisitions and company reorganisations. Key partners include Aniruddha Sen and co-heads Harsh Pais and Yogesh Singh.

The team is acting for the successful bidder in Dewan Housing Finance Corporation’s headline IBC process. A recent join from Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co, Nitesh Jain brings further insolvency expertise from a dispute resolution perspective; a particular strength is representing creditors in insolvency petitions before the NCLT.

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Dhir & Dhir Associates

On behalf of distressed companies across all major sectors including telecoms, infrastructure, energy and real estate, Dhir & Dhir Associates‘ restructuring and insolvency team advises on debt restructuring and refinancing negotiations with lenders and other stakeholders under IBC guidelines.

Co-heads Alok Dhir (also a chartered accountant) and Sachin Gupta field expertise in corporate rehabilitation as well as higher stakes insolvency proceedings, thus can provide full-scope strategic advice across the breadth of distressed situations.

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DSK Legal

Taking advantage of DSK Legal‘s equally strong advisory and litigation offerings, resolution professionals, creditors, liquidators and other stakeholders instruct the firm on out-of-court resolutions, restructurings under the IBC and formal proceedings before the NCLAT.

Ongoing work displays significant activity in the chemicals, telecoms, real estate, steel and infrastructure sectors. Key partners include joint practice heads Ajay Shaw , Nirav Shah  and Niraj Kumar and Ashish Pahariya. The team has been greatly boosted with the arrival of Sudhir Sharma from L&L Partners Law Offices.

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Economic Laws Practice

Comprising seasoned litigators and banking and finance experts, Economic Laws Practice‘s restructuring and insolvency offering takes on out-of-court resolutions and corporate insolvency proceedings under IBC rules.

Clients of joint heads Sujjain Talwar , Naresh Thacker and Babu Sivaprakasam include financial investors, resolution applicants and creditors. Funds clients instruct the team on shareholder disputes arising from restructuring schemes.

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IndusLaw

IndusLaw represents resolution professionals, institutional creditors (including banking consortiums) and debtors in restructuring and insolvency proceedings under IBC guidelines.

The bench — which includes Lomesh Kiran Nidumuri, Amit Jajoo and Sushmita Gandhi — regularly advises on cross-border, out-out-court strategies and actions through the NCLT.

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Krishnamurthy and Co

Clients of Krishnamurthy and Co’s practice include creditors’ committees, resolution professionals and liquidators. Jointly headed by Ayush Agarwala, Aditi Mittal and Rukmini Roychowdhury, the team handles restructuring processes and also represents clients before the NCLT.

The team is currently assisting Prius’ committee of creditors with implementing a high-value resolution plan.

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Link Legal

Link Legal‘s restructuring and insolvency practice advises corporate lenders, resolution professionals and investors on formal IBC proceedings and out-of-court resolutions. Sector strengths are diverse; recent highlights occurred in the high-end fashion, infrastructure, shipping and manufacturing sectors.

Featuring Anand Srivastava  and Nidhi Pathania, the team is adept at representing clients before the NCLT on high-stakes matters.

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Phoenix Legal

Phoenix Legal assists with corporate restructurings and reorganisations for creditors and distressed companies alike. Regarding the latter, Saket Shukla recently assisted clients in infrastructure sector on complex schemes sanctioned through the NCLT while Abhishek Saxena  advised on global restructuring options for fashion and retail companies.

The team advises investors on restructurings and carve out of target companies.

Call for Papers: HNLU’s Journal of Law and Social Sciences [2023, Volume IX]: Submit by Dec 31

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HNLU’s Journal of Law and Social Sciences invites submissions for its forthcoming Volume IX of 2023, by December 31.

About HNLU

Hidayatullah National Law University is a public law school and a National Law University in New Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India.

About HNLU JLSS

Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur invites submissions for its forthcoming Volume VIII of HNLU JLSS. The journal welcomes and intends to promote authors from various backgrounds having a strong interface with law.

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Eligibility

Legal academia, practising lawyers, students, research scholars and domain experts.

Submission Categories

  • Articles (5000 to 10000 words, inclusive of footnotes) – Papers comprehensively analyzing a theme.
  • Essays (3000 to 5000 words, inclusive of footnotes) – Papers concisely analyzing specific contemporary issues.
  • Case notes and/or Legislative Commentaries (2000 to 7000 words, inclusive of footnotes).
  • Book Reviews: Between 2,000 to 3,000 words.
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Submission Guidelines

  • Co-authorship of papers (maximum two) between individuals from the same or different institutions is allowed.
  • Abstract: Each manuscript must contain an abstract of not more than 250 words. This is inclusive of the above-mentioned word limit prescribed for each submission category.
  • Citations must conform to the standards laid down in The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th edition).
  • Submissions must use only footnotes as a form of citation.
  • The name of the file must contain the Name of the Author(s) + the Title of the Submission.
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Formatting Guidelines

  • The font Type and Size of the main text must be Times New Roman, 12.
  • Font Type and Size of footnotes must be Times New Roman, 10.
  • Line Spacing of the main text and footnotes must be 1.5 and 1 respectively.
  • The use of headings and Sub-Headings is encouraged. Headings and Sub-Headings should be numbered, should be of the same font type and size as the main text, and should be in bold.
  • Page borders and ‘All caps’ in the titles and sub-titles must be avoided.
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Important Links

Submission Deadline

December 31, 2022

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Contact Information

In case of any queries, please contact press[at]hnlu.ac.in

Call for Papers: HNLU’s Journal of Law and Social Sciences [2023, Volume IX]

Job Opportunities: Lawyer at TATA SIA Airlines Limited: Apply now!

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About the TATA SIA Airlines Limited

Tata SIA Airlines Limited, operating as Vistara, is an Indian full-service airline, based in Gurgaon, with its hub at Indira Gandhi International Airport. The carrier, a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, commenced operations on 9 January 2015 with its inaugural flight between Delhi and Mumbai.

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About the opportunity

TATA SIA Airlines Limited are looking to hire a highly motivated and self starter lawyer to be a part of the legal team at TATA SIA Airlines Limited (Vistara). ‘

Eligibility

The candidate must have PQE of at least 5 years with transactional work experience preferably from a law firm or from another corporate. The legal team at Vistara works like a small law firm and the work is fast paced and challenging. 

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Application procedure

Interested candidates may send their resume to Mr. Shashank Jain at shashank.jain@airvistara.com and Mr. Kartik Dawar at kartik.dawar@airvistara.com.