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Legally India seeks part-time High Court & Supreme Court correspondents

Typewriter optional; Access to laptop and brain required
Typewriter optional; Access to laptop and brain required
Legally India is looking for lawyers, journalists or both working in the Bombay High Court, Delhi High Court or Supreme Court to become part-time correspondents writing on life at the bar.

You will have excellent writing skills, be highly motivated, and possess originality, a deep knowledge of laws and the ins-and-outs of day-to-day life of advocates.

We will be looking for someone who has the time to contribute around one article a week. The position will carry competitive remuneration, depending on contributors’ skill sets. You may write under your real name or a pseudonym.

If you think you fit the bill please send us your CV with a covering letter by email. Please include why you would make a good bar correspondent for an audience of lawyers.

Please also include a simple story or article idea of something insightful and/or important that happened in the last month at your bar and that you think would be interesting to readers of Legally India.

Feel free to post any questions in the comments and email applications to

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