Read Before You Apply!
Submit only one application for Internship.
Before filling up the application, you should keep pdf files (max 2MB each) of your publications (up to 3) and of your writing samples (up to 3) ready to upload along with. (If any writing sample is a part of your academic course work in an educational program, please mention this upfront inside it.) Internship applications cannot be submitted without uploading at least one publication or writing sample. Your Internship application will be critically assessed on the quality of your legal scholarship evidenced in these documents. At this stage you will not need to upload any other documents for submitting your application.
If your application is found suitable, you will be contacted by email and provided a weblink to upload documents supporting your application and formally complete your application for acceptance. The firm may contact your University/Law School for verifying your academic credentials.
At the end of your satisfactorily completing your internship, you will be issued an Internship Certificate. The Email issuing your Internship Certificate may, if the firm deems fit, contain a Recommendation encouraging you to apply for a Follow-On Internship or for a Specified Attorney Position depending on whether you are a Pre-Final Year Student or a Final Year Student. A Follow-On Internship significantly improves chances of Placement.