Internship @ Saha and Ray Advocates, Kolkata

Name of Organisation, Location, Team Strength

Saha and Ray Advocates, Kolkata

Application Process

Students wishing to apply for our internship program may email their Curriculum Vitae to us at [email protected] at least 6 weeks prior to the period during which they wish to intern.

Duration of internship and timings

One month of internship, six days a week from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM.

Any delay in the aforesaid timing could make you answerable to the associate if caught or searched by any during or before reporting to the office i.e if you are stuck any where you need to be very smart. **Wink**

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

The office is well maintained and large enough acquiring two adjacent floors in the same building, which is an laudable thing.

On my first day I was introduced to our head Adv. Avik Shah and various senior and junior associates working under him.

One was required to carry their own laptops and FICCI provided with their internet access, which could be obtained by filing the form given by the IT department of FICCI on your first day.

Main tasks

Our main task involved assisting our associates as well as searching various laws and related supporting case laws relating to west Bengal Land Reforms Act.

We even had to attend guest lectures by reputed Kolkata High Court Retired Judges to make us as well as the junior associates familiar and acquainted with various laws relating to the West Bengal Land Reforms Act.

Work environment and people

All the associated were very friendly and helpful. Interns had there separate cubical with super fast internet connection serving us at our laptops. Associates used to call us accordingly contacting us via telecoms provided on our cubical for assigning us with our works.

Stipend

None.

Biggest Lessons

We at Saha & Ray believe that the global marketplace requires professionals who are well-versed with the basics of other disciplines.

The adage ‘What does he know of law who knows only the law’ holds true today more than ever before.

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