Call for applications for the post of Campus Ambassadors

CA INBA
Indian National Bar Association is India’s fastest growing voluntary Bar Association with more than 8000 members globally. It is registered as not-for-profit organization that serves the community through programs designed to educate and connect members of the community who are interested in to promoting the International trade, rule of law and human rights around the world.  INBA is a member driven organization divided into professional and regional sections.

INBA Section for Law Students draws on its rich cultural diversity to offer students a distinctive membership experience, which bridges the gap between disparate legal jurisdictions. INBA Section for Law Students is a very recent addition to the vast INBA network of Sections and as many of its members will undoubtedly be the future leaders of the legal profession, therefore its importance cannot be overstated.

Section For Law Students is governed by an Executive Committee, which comprises a team of dedicated law students, whose unflagging efforts in organising projects, enrich the career of law students in India. The Executive Committee is assisted by Campus Ambassadors, other INBA Sections and INBA core team, whose indefatigable efforts and unwavering support has ensured that Section for Law Students has grown by leaps and bounds since its inception in 2014.

We hereby announce the call for applications for the post of Campus Ambassadors under the Campus Ambassador prgoramme, those who want to give their career a good shape and want to become a seasoned professional can apply for the post.
INBA Campus Ambassador Programme 2016 Brochure CLICK HERE

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