We are supposed to submit an updated CV to the HR department along with a recommendation letter one or two months prior to the internship period.
10:30 to 5:30 are court timings, then 6-9 office hours may be extended if any work is allotted.
On my first day of the internship, I was briefed about the history of law and day to day proceedings. I was told about the different practice areas of the firm.
Further Mr. Muddu Vijai (Senior Advocate) and Mr. Ramakant Reddy (Senior Advocate) explained about the kind of work that the firm does. They also explained how matters are handled in the flow of a hierarchy and dealt with at each level of the company.
On my very first day, I was given the task of understanding and vetting of documents. This basically means that documents which are sent to the legal department from the concerned section are checked.
The details mentioned in the case were to be parallel with the documents produced as evidence. Thus, vetting of documents in this matter included checking documents related to ongoing cases and files also we have frequent discussion over matter related to law. They willingly helped us in solving our curious doubts.
Arbitration and Conciliation, Contract Act, Company, Civil, Income Tax, Criminal etc.
Work environment and people
The work environment is very good and the associates are very co-operative and cool. Most of them are very young. Even the top advocates will assist you in all the related works.
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