US firm attracts Indian law students


By Melissa Lesh

15 April 2014 at 09:53 BST


US firm O'Melveney & Myers (OMM) plans to offer a year long internship to Indian law students through its Singapore office.

The firm's Singapore office has been on a recruitment drive since the beginning of this year leungchopan

OMM’s Singapore branch specialises in Indian capital markets, investment funds, restructuring and insolvency, and banking and finance. The firm has decided to take on one student per year as an intern, with a weekly stipend and all expenses paid. The internship is part of a larger Bangalore non-profit organisation, Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access (IDIA), which helps underprivileged Indian law students.  IDIA currently consists of 400 student volunteers.  Source: Legal Week

 
   
 
 
 

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