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Internship Experience @ Chamber of Ankur Chhibber, Delhi High Court: Great Work, Great Work Environment, Free Food
The best thing about this internship was that as an intern, the work that I got was extremely good and made me broaden my horizons as a budding lawyer. By Abhinav Kumar, 2nd Year, NUJS
Internship Experience @ Sunil K Mittal and Associates, Delhi High Court: A master class in litigation
And for the lawyers I was working under, the final report was much more than a piece of information. It was more about finding medical, factual and legal inconsistencies in the evidence. By Utkarsh Jain, Jindal Global Law School, 4th year
Internship @ Advocate MG Vacher, Tiz Hazari Court, New Delhi: The earthy, practical knowledge of a district court internship
My main task was to go though case files, make a report on the same and visit the Court proceeding. Since, I was curious to understand the procedure that how a case is admitted, I was asked to go along with the the associated Advocate under whom I was appointed to understand the process.
Internship @ Vrinda Grover, Senior Advocate, New Delhi: Great for Would-be Human Rights Lawyers, Some Clerical Work, No Stipend
If your work does not meet her expectations, be prepared for some harsh comments. But at the end of the day, one gets to learn.
By Pravesh Aggarwal. RGNUL, Punjab, 2nd Year
The work environment is very nice. Apart form work you get enough time to take rest. So all the times you remain energized to perform and complete the assigned task.
Learning does not always comes from interning under big names and top shot people, any hard working firm or advocates can make you learn a lot more than what a famous firm or advocate would.
Internship Experience @ Senior Advocate Rebecca John, Delhi [Talwars’ Lawyer in the Aarushi Murder Case]
She's what a lawyer should be according to me. Her arguments are a perfect blend of case law, facts and persuasion. By Ritwick Shrivastav, Amity Law School, Delhi, IInd yr
By Manushi Desai, Campus Law Centre, Delhi University, Final year.
Internship @ Advocate Madhav Khurana, Criminal Law Lawyer, Delhi : You will not be allowed to sit free
You will not be allowed to sit free and sir will expect you to deliver results. As a first generation lawyer in my family with no back up, I can say that for others who are like me, trying to get hard earned certificates, building a CV and who like working and are interested in learning, it's a great place to be at. By Sukriti Gandhi, Amity Law School, Delhi, 2nd year
Ma'am asked us about our college on the first day and told us that it did not matter to her that which year we were studying in and said that she would be treating us as lawyers and would give us lot of work. Aditya Marwah, Jindal Global Law School, 2nd Year
Internship @ Advocate Rajan Narain, Delhi : Attend Court Proceedings + Research Work; Nice People, No Stipend
The best part is that Rajan sir solves all your legal queries, ensures that you are working properly and the office has a good library which can be accessed by interns. The bad part is that their is no stipend and snacks and also interns cannot do drafting or present their oral arguments on case to lawyers.
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