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.
The 'Best' things about this internship were:
1. I got to meet Ranbir Kapoor! (call it perks of working with a media house)
2. They serve free cappuccino (which tastes really amazing) for HT Media employees at the Fever 104 cafeteria on the 17th Floor.
3. They have really interesting cases. By Anonymous
Thus, when I informed the AGM that one of my areas of interest was Corporate Commercial laws, he suggested that I undergo the Internship in the CAG branch which handles all of SBI's corporate clients, but refrained from mentioning what my project topic would be simply telling me that my mentor would guide me through
Best place if you are interested in writing, if you want to explore new avenues in the legal field, anyone who plans to become an entrepreneur in future, also a very good place for creative people. The Best thing I found is- Passionate co-founders, they will certainly inspire you! Venkatesh. Institute of Law, Nirma
The main tasks assigned to me was to do a legal market research via interviews and interaction with lawyers and to research and develop a module of the various forms and agreements relating to all the major fields of law that the lawyers require in their day to day working. By Pranshi Bargale; School
Main Tasks included working on contracts of Distributors, lease deeds, license deeds etc. Filing of replies to legal notices. Drafting of WS for High Court cases. Assembling of facts for Consumer Cases. Segregating the list of cases according to nature. Drafting replies to RTI applications. Finding facts within the organisation regarding replies to to be
I know for a fact that an email would not have really helped my cause because I had unexpectedly decided to do a 2 week stint for my remaining time at home. Therefore, I decided to pay a visit to their main office situated at Bailey Road. By Neeati Narayan. Symbiosis Law School, Pune.
My main task was to assist associates by helping them in research. I researched on various topics such as Private defense, IT Act, Laws on rights of women in India, Octroi tax, Software Patenting and the likes. Anuttama Ghose, KIIT School of Law, 1st year
Basically this internship is very good for those people who want improve upon their writing skills or have an interest in writing. Your basic task is to write articles on various topics of law. Sometimes you can choose the laws your are interested in and can write articles on them. Ila Vyas, Bharati Vidyapeeth's
The primary tasks given to me were the following:
1) Drafting Notices
2) Escalations ( Calling the hosts of various websites and asking them to take down the illegitimate sites, in this process you would interact with the various legal advisors across continents and the joy you get when the website is taken down is priceless)
The work environment was amazing. They have a pretty young team. Everyone is very friendly, helpful and approachable. I was working in the Head office, so I got to interact with the top brass like Head of Legal and Compliance team the CRO etc. All of them were a delight to work with. Karan
We got to learn a lot about the internal workings of a web-based start up. Other than honing our drafting skills, we also learnt about marketing and client counselling. It was a hard core legal internship which enabled us to learn about the intricacies of drafting and legal documentation. By Asis Panda and
My work included writing articles on day to day consumer issues, preparing memos on various subjects like will, rent agreement etc; making marketing and sales strategy, interacting with customers etc. By Anup Kumar, Amity Law School, Delhi, 5th year
The work is confined to study and research on matters pertaining to consumer disputes. The matters were innumerable – from tribunals to courts. Hefty amount of litigation by and against the company. But I must say that work is quite insightful.