Internship Experience @ Chambers of Advocate Randhir Sharma, Amritsar: Learn the Workings of Lower Courts

Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID

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Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Chambers of Advocate Randhir Sharma, Amritsar

Application Process

Personal contact.

Duration of Internship and Timings

1 month. 1st July, 2014 – 30th July, 2014

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

There was no first day formalities. I was introduced to the staff properly and the helped me with work.

There was another partner of my advocate, Mr. Amanpreet.

Since it was district court internship, I learned many a lot about how to rob your client and how to get your work done.

Office was small.

Main tasks

I got to learn a lot of reality of how actually work is done in lower courts. My theoretical knowledge was no where applied there. Practically its totally different.

The first thing I learned was how to get your work done. There I realised money is the need of hour. Money can do a lot work for u.

I witnessed the examination of accused and other witnesses. The way my boss did arguments was awesome. He handled criminal as well as civil cases. Since it was Amritsar district, you get a lot of drugs cases. All the work was litigation related and I attended various court hearings and client meetings.

Work environment and people

The work environment was great and the people were very knowledgeable. Advocates imparted great knowledge regarding actual condition of district and session courts.

Best things

Court visits and client meetings.

Bad things

I didn’t find anything bad, since everything was reality.

Stipend

Nil

Biggest Lessons

Internships at lower courts are far more knowledgeable than higher courts. You get the raw taste of application of laws and how to start with your litigation.

Any Other Thing

Best internship so far.

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