Virtual Internship at REED LAW







No. of Openings



3 weeks

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REEDLAW, a leading publisher on Banking, Insolvency and Bankruptcy laws, is inviting applications for a virtual internship with the company.

Number of Seats

5 (Five)

Nature of Internship

The interns will be required to assist in the editorial, research and drafting of related work pertaining to multiple law journals, commentaries, bare-acts, etc. of REED LAW and also support in the process of publication of monthly magazines, case-laws and blog posts.


The internship will be virtual in nature and the interns will not be required to physically join the office.


This is a rolling internship and will be offered to 5 interns monthly based on the vacancy. The candidates can give their preference for dates and duration in the application form and the same will be considered.

The minimum duration of the internship will be for 3 weeks, extendable subject to the review of the work.


Any student of an academic institution or law graduate of not more than 3 years. The internship is open to candidates of all nationalities.

Application Procedure

Interested candidates are required to fill in the application form available through the link given at the end of this post.

The shortlisted candidates will be contacted by REEDLAW through email.

Contact Information

In case of any clarification/ confusion, please email at

About Organization

REEDLAW is India’s leading publisher on Banking, Insolvency and Bankruptcy laws. It offers a wide variety of products in the legal research industry in both print and database modes. REEDLAW has the largest and the most updated dedicated research database on Banking, Insolvency and bankruptcy laws. Since its establishment in the year, 1985 with Banking Commercial Law Reporter, the first law journal on Banking law in the country, REEDLAW has covered a long way to become the market leader in providing legal research and module services in both online and offline models in the banking, insolvency and bankruptcy laws domain.

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