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Lex Insider is staffed, developed, hosted and run completely by volunteers. We do not run any ads, nor do we have any agenda apart from reporting the zeitgeist. We are on a mission to build a completely volunteer driven media organisation. All positions are unpaid. We are building a community of volunteers who can contribute about 5-10 hours of their time each week. If you would like to contribute somehow but don’t see anything here that fits your interests (Social Media / SEO / Web Development) please contact us or fill in the application form.

Please note: None of the positions have any specific qualifications or requirements. If you are interested in a profile but don’t know how to perform well in it please do not let it deter you. We test your current capabilities for each position you apply for and we work with you until you’ve learned the ropes and are comfortable.


At present we have the following positions open:

PositionDescription
Legal WriterDo you have the ability to understand something complicated and explain it to a common man? Can you understand legal nuances and demonstrate their effects on the bigger picture? Do you pay attention to detail? Can you put yourself in the shoes of the reader and walk them through a picture you paint with your words? If your answer was yes to some or most of these questions, we invite you to Join our team of writers.Apply Now
Graphic DesignerWe’re looking for someone with a sense of humour who is good at converting a wall of text into shareworthy images. A.k.a. Education through entertainment.Apply Now
Supreme Court CorrespondentAs the Supreme Court Correspondent your responsibility will be to identify important matters and proceedings currently underway in the Supreme Court, important orders being issued as well as important judgments made by the Court. This position does not involve any writing. You will work closely with the editorial team to narrow down stories of interest and relevance.Apply Now
Central Tribunals CorrespondentAs the Central Tribunals Correspondent your responsibility will be to identify important matters and proceedings currently underway in tribunals, important orders being issued as well as important judgments made by the Tribunals. This position does not involve any writing. You will work closely with the editorial team to narrow down stories of interest and relevance.Apply Now
Parliament CorrespondentAs the Parliament Correspondent your responsibility will be to identify important issues being discussed in the Parliament, issues that have been tabled for future discussion, new laws being passed, old laws being repealed, and other important updates. This position does not involve any writing. You will work closely with the editorial team to narrow down stories of interest and relevance.Apply Now
Central Govt (Ministries and Departments) CorrespondentAs the Central Govt Correspondent your responsibility will be to track the administrative and governance decisions being taken by the government. This position does not involve any writing. You will work closely with the editorial team to narrow down stories of interest and relevance.Apply Now
State CorrespondentsAs a State Correspondent your responsibility will be to report important cases, orders and judgments from that state’s High Court, report important developments in the state Legislature as well as administrative and governance decisions taken by the state Government.Apply Now