LKS was founded by Mr. V. Lakshmikumaran along with his brother Mr.V.Sridharan.

Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan (LKS) is a law firm specializing in Taxation Laws, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Laws and Corporate Laws. The LKS team comprises of experienced attorneys, post-graduates and professionals from various fields of science, technology, business, law and commerce.

Founded in 1985, the firm today has offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Pune and Kolkata.


  • Taxation (direct & indirect)
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Litigation
  • International Trade & Customs
  • General Corporate



At LKS, we have one simple wish, that your internship should be one of the most enriching experiences as a law student. We are committed to mentoring and guiding you towards achieving this goal, provided, you share the same zeal towards learning the law that each of our professionals have.

Opportunities are plenty and doors are always open. We offer real responsibilities to all our interns in order to acclimatize you to the work you would be doing as a full time professional at LKS.

Every intern is mentored by a professional at LKS. Your mentor is your guide, your source for resolving your queries and is in-charge of your overall development within the organization. Once selected as an intern, we expect you to complete a minimum of three (3) weeks of internship with us after which it is mandatory for you to make a presentation at the end of the internship. The presentation is on a topic decided by your mentor. The topics would be framed in such a way as to ignite the creative spark in you, asking you to think out of the box on many occasions. The presentation will made to an audience of all your fellow interns as well as certain professionals in the organization who will evaluate your performance. We expect the presentation to be of the highest quality as it would set the benchmark for considering your application for the position of an associate at LKS.


We are looking for budding law students who have entered 4th year of a 5 year law course or 2nd year of a 3-year law course.

Explore, consult with your alumni and, if possible, talk with your classmates who have interned with us.