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This office has given me an insight on the fact that there are many wonderful aspects attributed to the legal field other than courts. The best of all, this office knows to the fullest on how to treat its employees and the customers. The employees have a friendly group lunch day on every Saturday. By Kavitha Patta. School of Excellence In Law. Chennai
The internship opportunity is available for 4th and 5th year law students. The firm handles cases primarily before the Madras High Court.
By Nishit Dixit, Symbiosis Law School (Pune), 3rd Year
Though we’ve not had ‘Labour and Industrial Laws’ as a paper in college yet, the first reading of the enactments has increased my curiosity to study the subject in depth. During the appointment procedures of the workers we came to know about the PF and ESI benefits of the workers. By Andrew Daniel, II B.A,B.L(Hons.), Saveetha School of Law, Chennai
The best thing about APR IP Services is that interns actually learn the work. The practical experience one gains out of this internship would be tremendous. The interns were treated on par with any junior associate with regard to the work allotted. By S.Varsha and R.Charulatha, IV Year students, SOEL, Chennai
Internship Experience @ VNS Legal, Chennai: Basic Contractual Drafting, Good Work Environment, No Stipend
People over there were very friendly and were happy to help which boosted my interest to a greater extent. For corporate law, I would say that VNS legal is the best place to choose. By Thaarini V.C. 1st year, Saveetha School of Law
Internship Experience @ Council for National and International Commercial Arbitration (CNICA), Chennai
My first day of internship seemed easy and the approach was casual. No strict rules. I was allowed to observe a procedure on day one. The people there were friendly.
The environment is good and people are friendly. The managing partner and the associate took time to help the interns understand the work to be done.
My main tasks at Vichar Partners were mostly research work and once or twice I helped the associated draft certain documents. I researched mainly on Botswana Companies Act, Mines and Minerals Act, 1957, Indian Contract Act, 1872, and the new guidelines under the Clinical Trial and Arbitration Act.
When I walked out of the firm that day there were few things that did flash in my mind. Interning is not always about working at big places, but its always about working at a young place and learning to grow. That could be learnt in Selvam and Selvam. By H.B.Keshava, 5th year, UPES Dehradun
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