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Internship Experience @ Hon’ble Justice Kurian Joseph, Delhi: He cares about what you do

Your Name Naveena Pradeep Name of Organisation Hon'ble Justice Kurian Joseph, Delhi Duration of internship May 27,2015 - June 21, 2015 First impression There is an office attached to his residence where...

Internship @ Chambers of Justice Mahanty, Odisha: Case Notes and Homework, Networking Opportunities, Fabulous Experience

After the final day of the Justice Mahanty internship, I was handed a kindly worded internship certificate, wished luck for my future.

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.

Judicial Internship Experience @ Justice AK Pattnaik, Supreme Court: Sit there and hear the finest of arguments by reputed lawyers like Jethmalani or...

His Lordship is very friendly and down to earth. As he is a well-wisher and also a regular visitor to our University, we had a lot of time talking over many different issues. Office staffs were also very cooperative. By Abhijeet Kumar, NLUO, 4th year
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Internship @ Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul, High Court, Delhi: Friendly People, Research Work, Reading Cases, No Stipend

People are very kind and helpful, with very basic formalities. There is nothing to fear or be nervous about. The judge calls you in and asks you about your subjects in college.
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Internship @ Justice S.B. Sinha of Supreme Court of India : Interesting Work, Personal Attention, No Stipend

The company we worked in was mostly sweet and (or) entertaining. Be it the failed eccentricities of the junior clerk and his subsequent face offs with a mildly irritated Justice Sinha or the ever sweet and inviting Associate ma’am, it all came out to be pretty happening. We got enough food to stuff ourselves and were provided tea when needed. By Ishan Khanna, 2nd year, HNLU Raipur

Internship @ Justice A.M Shafique, Hon’ble Judge, High Court of Kerala

Suprisingly, he was very friendly,pleasant and accomodative. On the first day, he guided me as to what will my tasks be during the internship. The staff was also extremely helpful. By Thulasi K.Raj, IV BSL LLB, ILS Law College, Pune.
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