Internship @ Singhania & Co. LLP (Bangalore): IPR Work, No Stipend, Friendly Atmosphere

Name. College. Year of Study

Abhinav Kumar, KIIT Law School, Bhubaneswar, 2nd year.

Name of the organisation. City

Singhania & Co. LLP (Bangalore)

How big was the office? Team strength?

Office is big and good furnished but there are less number of people as it is a branch office.

Application procedure. Internship contact details

I applied through email ID of a legal associate. The email id is : [email protected].

Generally they take after 2nd year but if the CV is good then they can take in 2nd year. I interned in my 2nd year.

Duration in weeks. No. of days/week. Timings

6 days work ( Mon – Sat) but on Saturdays generally we had less work..

Timing – 10.30 to 6 pm. Some people did come at 11 am but did leave at around 6 pm. Timings are not that strict.

Accommodation: how, where, how was it?

Singhania & Co. Bangalore is located in M.G.Road which is an expensive location.

So I’d would suggest to live at other place like BTM Layout, Koromangala. I stayed at BTM Layout. It would take half an hour to reach M.G. Road. There are lot of PGs in these above-mentioned locations.

First impression. First day, formalities etc.

I was afraid that the law firm environemnt will be strict. But, surprise, surprise, it was very friendly. Senior partners and the legal associates were nice. They assigned me to study the Trademark Act on the 1st day.

Office, to me seemed a nice beautiful place to work at.

Main tasks

It works mostly on IPR (Trademark) and Corporate law.

I was given work on trademark drafting and some work on corporate law too.

Work environment, people

People are very nice and co-operative. There is no pressure as such and one can enjoy the work.

Best things?

Best thing is that its a top notch law firm and a nice place to work at.

Bad things?

You had to ask for work sometimes.

Stipend/ month

No stipend.

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