Internship Experience @ Chambers of Sr. Advocate Manish Datt, Jabalpur, MP: In Case of Criminal Proceedings No One is to be Considered Good or Bad

 

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Internship Experience @ Chambers of Advocate Chandan Goel, High Court of HP: Friendly Associates, Rs 1500 Stipend

 

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Internship Experience @ Justice Sanjib Banerjee, HC, Kolkata: Attend Court Proceedings, Research Work

 

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Internship Experience @ Justice D P Singh, Allahabad High Court: Reading Case Files, Discussions and Drafting Work

 

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Internship Experience @ Advocate Ravi Kiran Mathur, Jaipur: Learned Practical Aspects of Litigation

 

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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

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Internship @ Inder Raj Saini, Ex-Additional Adv. General, Rajasthan HC

High Court is the first appellate court of our legal system. In High Courts, there is only arguments on the issues, they are no witness, statements etc. (until required). It is because all the statement are recorded usually at the stage of trial court. Then also, you’ll get to know the filing work as our Sir used to file lots of writ petitions on social issues, for example reservation policy etc.

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Internship @ Chambers of Justice Anil Kumar, Lucknow Bench-Allahabad HC

Sir asked me to observe the court proceedings and make notes of issues. He asked to me to write reasons for rejecting or allowing few bail applications which were there in his court. After reading them he use to tell me about its correctness and his reasoning for it. It was a good challenge to get them correct.

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Internship @ Justice Gode, High Court, Hyderabad: ‘Changes impression about the system in a massive, massive way’

Changes impression about the system in a massive, massive way. Got to know the burdens on both sides: judge and lawyers. Wholesome experience.

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