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Internship programme

iJustice offers internships on a rolling basis. You may apply by sending a cover later, a writing sample and resume to

Candidates with publication will be preferred. Only selected candidates will be intimated. Kindly refrain from making phone calls in this regard.


The Internship was an enlightening experience and along with team work, I learnt the art of framing case notes. The internship experience changed my viewpoint on various things and also inculcated a habit of participation and constructive debate in me. The organization is known for its discipline, organization and thorough professionalism. The organization has a no-nonsense approach when it comes to work and helps in intellectual development of the internee.

Simranjot Singh, RGNUL Patiala


As I interned in ijustice (the legal department) of CCS, I learned a lot about legal writing. Apart from this it was a unique exposure to liberal ideas around which CCS functions. Almost daily we had discussions on a number of issues ranging from communism v capitalism to political situation in our country. I attended a number of programmes like book release, talk shows etc which allowed me to interact with number of intellectuals. The ambience in the organisation is very conducive for working and there was a lot to be learned.

Narjeet Narwal, RGNUL Patiala


I was amazed at the corporate-like induction and immediately offering all the necessary infrastructure like work place desk etc and introduction to the project. I felt amazed at the seriousness and professional approach of CCS to internship and that too for a young kid. I was also amazed at the way CCS builds confidence among interns and at the trust and empowerment given to interns. It was apparent to me on the first day, when CCS entrusted the job of assessing a government act and regulation to Ravi and one is usually done by the senior law students. I am sure that the confidence and trust of CCS team in a young intern made him give his best to a real life subject. Ravi was often praising the informal work culture and flexibility and at the same time and at the same time, the focus on result oriented work culture at CCS.

Mr. Srinivas S Tadigadapa, Father of Ravichandra Tadigadapa,  a 10th grade student