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Internship Experience: RK Dewan & Co., Delhi: IPR Work, Family Like Atmosphere

We were asked to work on trademark journals and then to research on patents applications on different countries and of course some clerical work too. You also get to see a lot of clients and how to deal with them.

Call for Applications: Lawyers Collective Training Workshop on Patent Oppositions; Register by Nov 25

Those interested in attending this training should send their CVs and a 200 word statement of interest on how this training would be beneficial to them to geetanjali.sharma@lawyerscollective.org or lalit.mohan@lawyerscollective.org by 16 November 2014.

Internship Position Open @ Wadhwa Chambers, Delhi: Focus on IPR Law

I [Kapil Wadhwa] have a focus on Intellectual Property law and need academically inclined interns who would be interested in exploring the nitty gritty of IP law. I have quite a bit of academic work which you would be involved in.

Internship Experience @ Selvam and Selvam, Chennai: Lively Environment, IPR Work, Rs. 2500 Stipend

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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Career Talk with Adv. Sushant M. Singh, Phase I: The One Where The Law School Happened

Another failure would be lack of social relations. I was always involved in one case after another and I always pushed myself and my law firm to become bigger and bigger. In this process, human relations and social relations were kind of tossed aside.

Call for Papers: ITMU Law School’s Workshop on “Utility Model: Legal Response” [June 1]; Submit by May 10

Accordingly, the Government came up with a draft legislation on Utility Model. However, it was later proposed to scrap the model bill and instead bring about small changes in the Design Act 2000 to protect utility inventions and help in their commercial exploitation. In this background, ITMU Law School is organizing a workshop on “Utility Model: Legal Response” on May 4, 2013.
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