Name of the organization. City
About the firm
IPRinn is a very medium size intellectual property law firm having 10 years of experience in the field of trademark Copyright and design laws.
They mainly handle Trademark and Copyright Registration and, in minority, Design and Patent matters and its follow up procedures.
They are not involved in litigation, however you will gain a decent knowledge in Trademark and Copyright law.
Duration of the internship. No. of days/week. Timings
1 month, 10 am to 4 pm
How big was the office?
Small. IPRINN has several branches but the office and team strength is small and rather cosy.
Application procedure. Internship contact details
Send an email to [email protected]
The best part is you can expect prompt replies. No need to wait in anxious anticipation.
If you show your enthusiasm, rest assured, you won’t get any clerical work.
In brief, I was taught-
- Trademark search
- Nice Classification of trademarks
- Filing a trademark application.
Work environment and people
Calm, friendly, happy atmosphere with ready to help associates.
Firstly, the CEO, Mr. Gimmi Joseph, is incredibly nice.
He conducted mini teaching sessions and explained each and every section in detail.
I had chosen a small firm on purpose because I was told that you tend to learn more. And they were right. I learned quite a lot in this internship.
The CEO and associates were quite willing to set aside a few minutes of their busy schedule to teach me.
Secondly the Associates – will always give you work that actually matters. Work that will actually help them instead of just giving you research work for the sake of it.
Ensure that you are interested and communicate your enthusiasm to the CEO and Associates.
You will definitely not sit bored in the office. There will always be something to do.
And you will learn quite a lot.
The office is situated in Wilson Garden.
I stayed in a PG near Christ University
Taking buses are easy in Bangalore and autowalas know practically every language.
However, traffic in Bangalore is a bit of a pain. So work that into your schedule.