September 2, 2013
Well as I said, the associates are extremely friendly & plus I had a lovely co-intern. So we would all chill during our lunch and snacks. we would order from the nearby stalls or sometimes even from Subway.
August 31, 2013
The best thing is the fact that you get to go to the court a lot and attend several arbitration and mediation proceedings. The quality of work is good for someone who wants have an initial feeling of a law firm experience coupled with an exposure into the legal framework. By Rahul Kaul. Faculty
August 28, 2013
The associates are calm and patient in explaining the job to be done. They do not take a jibe at you but in actuality are quite convivial to talk to. Almost all the work that was assigned to us was to be done in a group. We would get hot and frothy coffee as refreshment
August 28, 2013
If any problem in any concepts the employees will help you or one can move to Indian law institute and courts library with them. The specialization of this firm was to treat family cases –Divorce and marriage disputes. Task involved visits of Delhi high court, Mediation and arbitration cells with senior lawyers and other district
August 28, 2013
Getting to see the court proceedings and Maám argue with some of the best known advocates like Mr. Singhvi was a wonderful experience of its own kind. I knew nothing about IPR but these 4 weeks at Singh & Singh taught me enough to be interested in trademarks and copyright and is also helping me
August 28, 2013
Apart from that, I was assigned small tasks like checking the status of a trademark that has been filed for registration and assist in the drafting of a franchise agreement for a restaurant. The people are nice and quite friendly.
August 26, 2013
I know that for someone like me or someone in their second or 3 rd year of law school, an internship like this is invaluable since you can form close personal equations, gain indepth knowledge without fear of scrutiny by fellow interns all with super shiny CV’s etc.
August 13, 2013
Another interesting piece of work came from the Real estate department that involved me and my co intern to identify and summarise Stamp duty rates for lease agreement, sale deed, leave and licence, Mortgage by deposit of title deeds, hypothecation / pledge for all the States and U.T.'s of India, for which almost a month
August 12, 2013
If you are really interested in working then they can allot you almost anything and everything. From general researching to drafting replies, evidence, statements etc. to even preparing invoices for the firm. You want, you can get to go to the courts. You want, you get to attend meetings with the clients. All in all
August 9, 2013
My first impression about the firm seemed that it was a very happy place to work in! All the associates were very friendly with each other (which quite honestly is rare in most law firms), and made me feel right at home from the very beginning.
August 8, 2013
The BEST thing has to be the Knowledge share session that they have once a month! The Partner present at the Noida office (Ms. Sujata) conducted a session on trade marks and it was attended by all the Associates and myself (the only intern at that time). It was totally informal and a very different
August 7, 2013
What I have noticed in most Indian internships I have done so far, if not all, there is always an 'interns room' where the interns sit and mingle. Its most of the time cut off from the rest of the office and the interaction between the interns and the lawyers in the office is restricted
August 4, 2013
All the associates were good except few. Work environment was good but not much work. Interns used to regularly ask for some work from associates. By Animesh Kumar, Amity Law School Lucknow, V Year
August 3, 2013
What the lawyers looked for were not pages of research and case laws, rather they looked for precise statements of the existing laws and how well one could answer the question asked. The focus always remained on the question that was asked and what was expected. So unless you've been specifically asked, don't submit a
August 1, 2013
The best thing about the office were definitely the "Associates" and the "Library". Interning in this office makes you learn a lot primarily because the attitude of the associates towards you is very friendly. If you are a fan of the traditional methods and you do not mind reading a really thick volume over a
July 30, 2013
ICF International is a consultancy firm , providing solutions to its clients on vast number of platforms including Energy, Climate Change, Logistics and Oil & Gas sectors. Therefore, the tasks was to provide tailor- made solutions and advise to the clients which included big names, government, international organisations and MNC'c eg. MP Government, UNICEF, United
July 26, 2013
The best thing is that Neeraj Sir spends time with interns unlike the internships at other law firms. Neeraj Sir teaches all the interns from around 4:30-5:30 on a regular basics and in these classes he explains the basics of C.P.C and Cr.P.C.. His explanation is excellent and after attending just few of his classes,
July 26, 2013
I learnt the practical application of the law in the corporate world. Infact, I learnt more in 25 days than what a year at law school had taught me. There is a brilliant work culture, the work is great and comprehensive and interns are treated like full time attorneys. By Suprotik Das, Jindal
July 25, 2013
Frankly speaking 95% of the associates in this firm are friendly and very helpful (24x7 available). They don't let the work pressure affect their behaviour towards interns working under them. This attitude is very important for the increase in the productivity of the fellow employees and interns. Sahil Tandon, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA, IInd
July 22, 2013
The work environment is very nice. The associates were very friendly. The partners were also cordial. Good amount of work was given to me. So a good learning experience.