Internship Experience @ Chambers of Advocate Pankhuri Jaiswal, Delhi: Stipend of Rs. 1500, Research & Drafting Work

Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID

Shashank Shekhar Pandey

Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Advocate Pankhuri Jaiswal, Tis Hazari Distric Courts, Delhi

Application Process

Application process is very simple you can just contact the recruiter a sshe is is really humble. You have to mail her your resume with a cover letter on [email protected] or you can reach out to the office at given address: Ch. No.242 Western Wing,  Tis Hazri court, New Delhi

Duration of internship and timings

4th June,2015 to 4th July,2015.

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

She is very humble lady, there were No such formalities but when i reach she without wasting time gave me a brief about my job and within a minute i got my project which i had to work on.Its not a very big office but just a chamber but its good.

Main tasks

Filing, drafting, briefing clients/ recruiter, research work, attending various courtroom proceedings.

Work environment and people

All her associates are humble and very knowledgeable. They treat intern as a proper trainee. Every person in the chamber is equal whether he is a student or a senior this is the best part.

Best things

Best things are as she is into the litigation we have flexible office timings or sometime all the associates are in different court so to keep a check you also have to work very hard certain days but you will be busy all the time .

Bad things

There isn’t any bad thing per se.

Stipend

Rs. 1500/-

Biggest Lessons

The biggest lesson is that the law is deceptive what is written is in textbook isn’t everything seeing the practice/cross examinations/bails/a range of cases were a total delight for a person of law it told me that law is ever evolving and there is no end to this learning process and the best thing is stick with the basics / the root which in this case was district court.

Any Other Thing

Yes, me and all the seniors occasionally went to restaurants to celebrate some bail or just for lunch every one there is so humble and kind.

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