The work environment at ICICI Bank, Mumbai is extremely conducive, people are approachable, and no on is in a hurry or breathing down your neck to complete your job. However, the work that you do submit has to be perfect, so take your time and complete it.
One thing which I liked was their prompt reply to my application. They will also check your writing ability by asking you to write an article which will be published on their blog. By Yash Bagra, Institute of Law, Nirma University, 3rd year
If you don't like reading, then this place will make you fall in love with reading. This is also facilitated by the fact that you cannot access most search engines, social networking sites and Youtube. I got to read some great texts by Aristotle, John Rawls etc. which made me fall in love with philosophies
I mainly got to work on cases related to Trademark, copyright, design and patent infringement and included: 1. Reading and analyzing cases; 2. Court visits; 3. Drafting of legal notices, plaints, written statements, Chief Affidavits, interim applications, memos; 4. IP Audit work; 5. IP filing. By V.Swathi, Padala Rami Reddi Law College, Hyderabad
The advantage of less interns and being the senior most among the other interns, I was given the entire case, not just the bits and pieces of it, and within a stipulated time I had to frame the opinion with a legal basis and present it.
I have heard my batch mates saying that big corporate houses don't give work to internees and all that stuff, but the KPMG internship experience proved everyone wrong. From reviewing agreements to research work on new companies act, I did everything. By Jasman Singh Sethi, RGNUL Patiala, 3rd Year
When you are working in a Company like Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd., the best thing has to be the unlimited supply of their products while you are in office. By Ayan Chakraborty, M.S.Ramaiah College of Law, 4th Year
Initially I was given around 500 distributorship agreements and was asked to arrange them. It was really very boring and tedious work. But later it was nice to have interactive session with the circle legal head as he was a really nice and he use to manage to take out sometime out of his busy
Though we’ve not had ‘Labour and Industrial Laws’ as a paper in college yet, the first reading of the enactments has increased my curiosity to study the subject in depth. During the appointment procedures of the workers we came to know about the PF and ESI benefits of the workers. By Andrew Daniel, II
My immediate senior was undoubtedly the best part of my internship. He never let me feel like I didn’t know what I was doing. He never answered any of my queries on the spot or directly. In fact any question I asked him, he answered with another question. He basically wanted me to find the
The various other tasks were entering data in the excel sheet maintained by the Legal Department and various columns are to be prepared. There are systematic methods being adopted, which the interns are strictly expected to adhere to. By Santhosh S.Rao, S.D.M Law College, Mangalore, Fourth Year.
I was assigned to analyze the potential impact of the Seeds Bill, 2011 and the BRAI Bill 2011. Apart from that, I was assigned no other work. So, most of the time, I was with very less work or no work at all. The main tasks for the internship were quite limited. By Yugaank
The highlight of the internship was when I prepared a case-study on Blackberry, using which Abhyudyay wrote an article on how to successfully impress foreign firms like Allen and Ovary, which got published on Legally India. By Surabhi Grover. RGNUL. 2nd year
Then I was given a topic to write an article on “Sexual harassment" it is a very good work place to interact with people. The team of ipleaders are very professional all team members were very friendly there is an interaction with the interns which I found it very useful.
Six weeks flew by. And if it were for me, I would have loved to intern here longer. Till date, whenever I go grocery shopping, my room-mate always complains that I’ve become brand conscious. Once, I even convinced her to buy Lifebuoy over Dettol. By Anonymous
The work environment is very friendly and amicable. The best thing about the people including the seniors is that they are very approachable. Any sort of doubts will be easily cleared by them without any hesitation. Posted by Preethi Rajendran
The use of this locker is “to switch off your indispensable mobile phone” and lock it up in the locker for the next eight hours of the day ( yes, for all those mobile phone addicts out there , this place is a reformation and rehabilitation centre as well !). By Nikunj Agarwal, RMLNLU
The Best Things:
1. The office timing was the best thing. Since office got over by 5 pm in the evening, I had enough time for myself.
2. The work environment was highly relaxed due to no deadline pressures. The intern could work at his own pace and complete the task given to him in due time.
The CEO of the organization, Mr. Ankur Singla, is very jovial and witty. He spent time with us whenever he could and shared his experiences with us. By Rahul Bajaj. Dr. Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur. 1st year.
The lunch hour is usually the time to socialize, though the friendly banter continues throughout the day. The environment is very healthy, partially because the CEO himself is pretty chilled out and partially because most of the members in the team are very young, upbeat and spirited. By Vasudha Misra, RMLNLU, 3rd year
All in all, not much of the Legal-Beagle work you do. However, since the very first day the mentors would constantly advice you to be in touch with the Legal Department so as to get your own scoop of the legal-cake from them. One of the best parts was the weekly meetings they organized. Every
As the matter of the cases is basically on mechanical defect, insufficient sale services etc, you would have to deal with loads of one pagers, interim & final replies. There are only two employees in legal department, so expect a good load of work. By Pulkit Kanojia, RMLNLU, IV Year
My first impression about the organisation was that I will be made to have some real experience in dealing with the legal issues. The first day was good as we were introduced to the basics of IPR by the person incharge of the Patents and then we were introduced to the director of the organisation.