Category: Law Firm

Internship @ Trilegal, Mumbai : Rs. 15,000/Month Stipend | Abstract Paintings | Cool Balcony | Lots to Learn | Exceptional Work Enviro | Cake but no Song | National Law School Clout

Nobody expects you to spit out answers as soon as a question is thrown at you, take your time and work on it but be prepared when it's time to discuss it with your team or associate. There's a lot to be learnt from these exercises and you are encouraged to put your own views

Internship @ R.K. Dewan & Co. Patent, Trademark & Copyright Attorneys, Pune : Warm Work Team, Hands-on Experience, No Stipend

There’s a lot of work that gets assigned to you.. From case law research, to drafting of legal notices and rejoinders, writing research articles. The interns get to do even the smallest of things, be it the preparation of invoices and even the filling of web queries. By Abraham Mathew Kandathil, Final year LL.B

Internship @ Legal League Consulting, New Delhi : Business Development Work for Firms, Dynamic Team, Rs. 3000 Stipend

You get to learn how to indulge into business communication with your corporate clients, the law firms that you want to make best friends with or establish alliances with. You can also ask about marketing, advertising & branding strategies that a law firm can adopt to the concerned senior consultants (however work on marketing and

Internship @ LegalExcel, Law Firm, Bangalore: Hospitable Like Home; Feedback on Work; [Japanese Co-Intern]; Rated 10/10

Almost every time there is a legal doubt, sir will explain that to you as a teacher and will have utmost patient to listen and answer your doubts. Initially when I was asked to research on a particular topic, I researched and researched and researched and wrote lengthy brief explaining each and every provision. I

Internship @ Selvam and Selvam, Chennai: IP Related Work, Good Work Environment, Rs. 3000 Stipend (Variable)

The best thing about Selvam & Selvam is that they take the interns seriously. They give you good amount of work and make you take responsibility for that. I was given a lot of Administrative work (which was essential in understand TM procedures and various forms) and was asked to do case summaries, research work and