ALF nurtures a strong and vibrant intern community, providing the space to question and rethink some of the basic norms of the legal practice. We take interns for regular on-site internships within the office space as well for remote research internships and volunteering for specific projects and campaigns.
Process of Application
1. On-Site Internships
Internships are for a duration of 4 to 6 weeks. As an intern, your work will be largely determined by contemporary engagements of the organization. We will factor in any areas of interest that you communicate to us beforehand. The work is expected to go beyond legal research and writing, and will likely include activism and aspects of legal education.
We do not accept applications from first or second year undergraduate students. An intern will have to apply at least 2 months in advance of the proposed date of work, providing the following information in the application. Subsequently, the Internship coordinator will respond one month before the stated starting date. Mail to Basawa Prasad at email@example.com with subject heading “Application for Internship”, providing the following information:
Current year of study:
Proposed date of starting work:
Duration of placement (in weeks):
Field of interest (litigation, research, conciliation, individual research project):
Statement of purpose(350 words):
–All internships are subject to availability in ALF. On-site internships may include travelling if needed.
–If you have a complaint about a problem faced during your work at ALF (including complaints concerning sexual harassment), please contact the ALF Internal Complaints Committee.