CRED is inviting applications from law students for a legal internship opportunity with the company’s in-house legal team, in Bangalore.
Responsibilities of the Intern
- Run end-to-end contracting for a particular business line or any contracts provided to you from time to time which includes NDAs, service agreements, marketing agreements, saas agreements.
- Review drafts received from counterparties, identify issues and discuss with legal team/business team.
- Coordinate execution of contracts and contract life cycle management.
- Conduct a comprehensive legal review of certain T&Cs / policies or template contracts of the company and suggest necessary revisions.
- Support secretarial and board-related activities, regulatory filings, and external stakeholder management.
- Research laws and regulations applicable to the company’s business or prospective business revolving around intellectual property, information technology, data privacy laws, KYC regulations issued by regulators such as RBI and SEBI, regulations applicable to payments and financial services and e-commerce companies in india.
- Must have completed at least 3.5 years of 5-year legal course related to contract law, company law, and intellectual property law
- Must be able to thrive in high ownership and independent environment and can handle high-stress situations
- Must enjoy multi-tasking and managing multiple projects simultaneously
- Should be able to show curiosity and coach-ability in a dynamic start-up environment
- Shoulb be equipped with previous experience of internships in law firms/in-house positions
- Should have a keen eye for detail
Bangalore (now, Bengaluru), Karnataka
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Cred is an Indian fintech company, based in Bangalore, which was founded in 2018 by Kunal Shah. CRED’s main feature is allowing users to make credit card payments through its app for which they get rewarded. Later, CRED added features to allow users to make house rent payments and introduced short-term credit lines.