National Law University Jodhpur
National Law University, Jodhpur has an elaborate internship program for both Undergraduate as well as Postgraduate students. The program is organised in the months of November-December and May-June of every year which extends from four to six weeks. The internship program has been made a part of the curriculum to achieve the object of imbibing practical knowledge on applicability of law and “learning law in action”. The program is initiated right from the first year.
Internship Program for Undergraduate (UG) Students -
  • The First Year UG students are placed with Social Action Groups, i.e. both Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations.
  • The Second Year Students are placed with the Trial Court Advocates.
  • The Third Year Students are placed with Appellate Court Advocates.
  • Fourth Year Students shall be exposed to work exposure at Corporate Law Firms, Companies and other specialized law firms.
  • The Fifth Year Students shall be allowed to choose an institution (law firms, company, corporate law firms, etc.) according to their expertise that they have acquired during the last five years and sent accordingly.
Internship Program for Postgraduate Students -
Students pursuing Postgraduate Degree Program in different disciplines are required to undergo a three-month internship every academic year with Union or State Government undertakings, Private or Public Sector Undertakings, Advocates, or Solicitors. National Law University, Jodhpur has built-up good relationship with several law firms, companies, industry, advocates and judges, in the country, through performance of our students during the course of their internship. The remarkable performance of NLUJ Students has added a number of such organisations to the existing list of recruiters almost every year.

List of Organisations etc. for Internship -

Students have undertaken internship at the Hon’ble Supreme Court, Hon’ble High Courts, with reputed senior advocates and at reputed organisations. The list of organisation mentioned below is not exhaustive:
International Law Firms
Afridi & Angel, Dubai Clyde & Co., Dubai
Clifford Chance LLP Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP, London
Herbert Smith LLP, U.K. Boolell Chambers Law Firm, Mauritius
Holman Fenwick & Willan, London Watson Farley & Williams LLP, London
Rajah & Tann LLP, Singapore Tan Kok Quan, Singapore
National Law Firms
Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co
AZB & Partners
ARA Law Anand and Anand
CrestLaw Partners IndusLaw
D.M. Harish & Co. Paras Kuhad & Associates
Desai and Diwanji Lex Orbis
Dhruvliladhar & Co. Virmani & Virmani
Fox Mondal & Little Co. Singhania & Co
Holla & Holla Law Firm K&S Partners
Juris Corp J Sagar & Associates
Karanjewala & Co. L. Bhasin & Co.
Khaitan & Co. Crawford Bayley
Krishna & Saurastri Amarjeet Associates
Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan Vaish and Associates
Luthra and Luthra Law Offices Wadia and Ghandy
Majmudar & Co Dave & Girish
Nishith Desai and Associates P H Parekh & Co.
S&R Associates Economic Law Practice
Seth Dua & Co. Hemant Sahai Associates
Trilegal Dua and Associates
Universal Legal Firm Pathak & Associates
Zeus Law Associates Suman Khaitan & Co.
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
Competition Commission of India (CCI)    
Dr. Reddy's Laboratory Essel Mining (Aditya Birla Group Concern)
Enam Finance and Securities Edelweiss Capital
Ernst & Young DSP Merril Lynch
General Motors Goldman Sachs
ICICI Indian Oil Corporation
Pepsico Infosys
PriceWaterHouse Cooper Larsen & Toubro
Reliance TATA’s
UB Group