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UKCA And Partners Promotes Inclusive Policies For Interns

13 Jan 2021 5:13 AM GMT
UKCA And Partners Promotes Inclusive Policies For Interns

In line with its expansive workplace policies, UKCA and Partners ("UKCA") is introducing a policy for its interns to encourage diversity and inclusion.

As a strong proponent of women's rights, and in recognition of the International Women's Day, UKCA will only hire female interns for the month of March each year. To further its aspirations as an LGTBQAI+ ally and in recognition of the Pride Month, UKCA in the month of June, will give preference to interns who recognise themselves to be part of the LGBTQAI+ community. For the month of August, UKCA shall give preference to interns whose parents are in active duty, or were martyred in active duty, for the India Armed Forces, or interns whose parents are farmers. Finally, in recognition of UN International Day of People with Disability, students with disabilities shall be given preference for internship in the month of December.

Apart from the above, UKCA has also teamed up with Internship Bank to hire female interns from lesser-known law schools to provide them with equal opportunities.

About UKCA

UKCA and Partners ("UKCA") has been eminent in providing legal advisory services to its clients in diverse areas including Merger and Acquisitions ("M&A"), Company Law Litigation, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Laws, Corporate Law, Business and Financial Transactions, Real Estate Law and General Advisory and Advocacy Services to individuals and business enterprises; of all descriptions, within and beyond India for over 25 years. The firm provides a whole range of legal services including hearings at courts, client briefings and conferences, opinion writing and guidance, agreement and contract drafting, research work and several other related activities. The firm maintains its head offices in New Delhi, with a satellite office in Chandigarh and associate offices in other major metropolitan Indian cities.

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