a) HRLN, Delhi :A popular, trusted choice run by a renowned human rights lawyer Mr. Colin Gonsalves, HRLN is a go-to organization for any first year law student. HRLN deals with core legal and human rights work which makes it an ideal choice for an NGO internship. For those who love writing,HRLN’s sister magazine Combat Law gives you a good opportunity to get a publication or two under your belt.Regular opportunities called “Friday Meetings” which are done to facilitate interaction between a friendly Mr. Gonsalves and the interns are something to look forward to as well.The only turn-off is that HRLN does not pay any stipend to its interns. Interning during summers at the Delhi office will inevitably translate into a chance to make friends with law student internees across the country. A flip-side is that this could also mean less work per intern.b) HRLN, Mumbai: (Also called the Indian Center for Human Rights and Law, ICHRL). According to thisinternshipexperience, an HRLN Mumbai’ internship comes with two caveats: first is that the office location is a bit unsafe for girls and second that you must apply to the legal unit of the organization because the other units might not have interesting work for a law student.More information on HRLN’s internship application process is here2. PILSARC, New Delhi (Read internship review here) :Run by Mr. Rajeev Dhavan, a prominent lawyer at the Supreme Court, PILSARC stands for Public Interest Legal Support and Research Center.