Mr. Chaudhary loved to share experiences and cleared legal doubts whenever travelling together. Mr Chaudhary with his rich experience and love for the legal profession infuses a spark of enthusiasm in people around him. What needs a mention is that the typist at the firm is a dumb-and-deaf man and the way he is a
I saw the work culture and how work happens at a mid-sized corporate law firm. I learned how to survive a 9 to 5.30 day. I learned to complete my work within a time-frame. I got some people skills. By Atul V Mohan, 2nd Year, NUALS
More than all that; if you do this internship do you think they will bother to give you a certificate? If Yes - You’re a fool then. Please have some heart! Do not treat interns like untouchable people. I am sorry to say that Karma will give back its best one day or other.
I was also given work to draft certain agreements, read and make changes in civil and criminal plaint and the senior associate who was giving me work was quite helpful and would not get irritated if you ask him doubts again and again. Neha Jain, Hidayatullah National Law University (HNLU), 3rd year
The interns at Vaish Associates were provided sufficient space to work and all worked together in a separate L-shaped library cum. study area. It was equipped with a few desktops and of course, you had the option to work on your laptop as well, wi-fi/wired LAN connectivity being provided by them.
So, you can imagine how nice it would have been for me and what kind of exposure I would have got here for my period of 4 weeks. I can say that this would be the Best Firm one can intern with. This is my first year and first experience of interning and this will
In AZB, you get as much work as you can/want (to) take and also you get recognition for you work. so, if you have the enthusiasm to work hard and the passion to get noticed, this is "the place" for you. Purushottam Anand, NLU Delhi, 4th year
The associates at Luthra and Luthra are very friendly, helpful and co-operative as well and are ready to hear you if you have any problem. On stipend: I heard from one the interns that Luthra and Luthra only provide stipends to law students form NLU’s and as I am from non-NLU law school stipend
The work at Global Juris Consultants was limited to researching with strict deadlines, help in drafting court documents and assisting in the court and co-ordinating with the lawyers in the Court. I also learnt to make practical arguments which you will not find in any book or judgments, processes in the court, client counseling, etc.
Most of the associates are young and everyone there is really patient and helpful. Even had the opportunity to interact with one of the senior partners there, and was surprised, to be frank, with the hospitality.
We had an induction programme taken by Prof. N. L. Mitra (Partner, FML and Ex-VC of NLSIU, Bangalore and NLU, Jodhpur) through video conferencing from Bangalore in which he told us about corporate law as a career option and then taught us important things which are not taught at
The cordial relations maintained by the firm with clients and other advocates gave me a very basic insight into the levels of transparency adhered to by the firm. During the time when the courts were on a break, I was introduced to the corporate and other related divisions.
There was not too much work, but I did get some good work especially some really cool sports law work given by Mr. Anish Dayal, one of the two partners at Fidus. It was cool because firstly I got to research on legal issues which affected many a leading
I did a three week internship at Malhotra and Malhotra Associates, a small law firm in Chandigarh. The first year's craze of a 'law firm' goaded me to apply where-ever possible and luckily the Malhotra guys accepted me.