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Internship Opportunity @Lawji.in #Content Writer

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Lawji.in is a legal portal which deals with Articles related to legal issues and provides internship details for law pursuant, law firms and advocates. Lawji is favorite portal which law pursuant follow on daily basis.

Internship at Lawji.in
You can be an intern at Lawji.in for the post of a content writer for a month, where you are required to publish 15 articles in a month. The candidate will be eligible for certificate after the successful submission of 15 articles related to Law. 


If you don't want to be a regular author because are moody towards writing sometimes or you don't have a perfect topic to write on, you don't get time for regular intern as author.
Join us and submit articles on the day you wish to write. If the article is good enough and matches our criteria, it will get published on our website with your name and college name and if you are a lawyer then by your name and court where you are practicing.
Mail your articles at Rajat@lawji.in

Things to Remember:
 i)  The article should not be plagiarised/copied from anywhere.
ii)  The article should not be published anywhere.
iii) The article must be meaningful.
iv) The article must contain Conclusion.

Application Procedure:
Applicants are requested to drop their CV and a Self-Written Article at Internship@Lawji.in
 

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