The best part of my experience was meeting the founding partner Ms. Radhika C. Pereira who not only inspired me with her humbleness but also with her dedication towards her work. Ashutosh Mishra, Faculty of Law, University of Allahabad, 5th Year
The associates at Amarchand Ahmedabad are mostly from Gujarat National Law University and extremely nice. They ensure you learn and constantly provide research tasks and appraisals. Since it is a new setup (only started in 2012), the staff is relatively young and evenings generally mean a treat by someone in the form of vadapav/coffee or
It was a small office with three lawyers, but there was always lots of work to do. The lawyers working there were very friendly and supportive, they would point out your mistakes and make you learn. They would appreciate for good work and chide at you for substandard submission.
You enjoy your personal space, personal desktop, usual facility of tea, coffee, and access to the library etc. Also, there is a separate IT unit whom you can approach if anything goes wrong with your desktop and they solve it within seconds.
Let me put it this way. When I attended a client meeting with an associate at the firm, he introduced me as his colleague. The interns are treated with respect. The work environment at LegaLogic is friendly yet professional.
The Firm for interns is easy-going and they are never straitjacketed in a particular division. The interns are also asked to draft relatively simple legal documents,research work is also assigned to the interns.
What I found ‘dead’ at the firm was what I’d like to call Atticus Finch-ism or the art of fighting for what one’s own conscience permits one to fight for, rather than simply fighting a case for the sake of fighting it. By Shreya Agarwal, 4th year, NLU Odisha