Internship @ Bajaj and Bajaj Associates, Delhi: Learnt Many Basics of Lawyering

Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID

Pravesh Aggarwal. Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, 2nd Year, [email protected]

Name of Organisation, Location, Team Strength

Bajaj and Bajaj Associates, Delhi, 2 Managing Partners

Application Process

You can apply for the said internship by sending a mail to [email protected]

You can also contact one of the partner Mr. Puneet Bajaj at 9811700978 (after 4 p.m.) only when you do not receive a reply to your mail within 5-10 days.

Duration of internship and timings

I interned under them for a month. The reporting time was 10:00 am and it was to be strictly adhered to so as to avoid any kind of loss taking into cognizance the quantum of work which was given to the interns.

There is no official time at which I was supposed to leave. But, it took me around 5:00 to 6:00 pm to leave everyday.

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

First day, I went to their office wherein I met one of the Managing Partners. He asked me about my academic background and briefed with the type and amount of work that was to be expected and done by me.

There were no any such kind of formalities that would have made me feel uncomfortable and I was immediately given some work to be done within the stipulated time.

The Chamber was AC equipped with a floor, and a basement for interns to work upon the things as allotted.

Main tasks

Nearly everyday, I had to attend the court proceedings either with the partners or through myself to ask for date, withdrawal or adjournment of proceedings. So, it was mandatory for the interns to read the case files pertaining to the cases which were to be heard the next day.

I was also given research based works wherein I had to find relevant case laws for some of the subsequent cases pending or to be filed before the courts (District Courts, High Court and Supreme Court)

I was also given some basic tasks like sending a courier through post office, filling of Processing Fee (PF), Registered Cover (RC), and Certified Forms.

Work environment and people

The work environment at Bajaj and Bajaj Associates was awesome in many ways. Firstly, I was protected from the scorching heat which escalated my efficiency of doing work in the Chamber by multi folds.

Secondly, the partners used to give a reply to all my queries at an appropriate time which made the understanding of the law and the work allotted even greater.

Thirdly, they were very friendly to the interns and groomed as well as executed the inner desire to impart much knowledge and skills to the interns required to become a good lawyer.

Best things

I came to know many basics which a lawyer must know before starts practising. My understanding of civil cases (since they mainly dealt with Company and Bank Cases) as well as a tinge of criminal law and arbitration law grew.

I came to know a lot about the court and work ethics. I learnt how to manage files and interpret law by reading the case files and hearing their arguments before the court.

Bad things

Nothing was bad except for the fact that there was no clerk employed by them and so it becomes sometimes boring to waste time in arranging case files in the Chamber .

Stipend

No Stipend

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  1. hariram Upadhyay says:

    Worst internship experience shared ever.. How could you write this shit even in a NLU… special caliber is needed for this…

  2. Vikas Lal says:

    Wow Pravesh, You wrote so amazingly. Handwash hoga aapke paas ?

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