Zal is a practising Barrister from Oxford which he attended on a Rhodes Scholarship. He is the son of Mr. Tehmtan R. Andhyarujina, who is former Solicitor General of India and an eminent Senior Counsel at Supreme Court of India. By Manushi Satyajeet Desai- 2nd Year, Campus Law Centre, DU
The friendly and co-operative yet professional attitude of the colleagues and associates besides the excellent ambiance of work and the ease in availability of resources for research have cast a long lasting impression on me and shall be remembered by me throughout my life.
She can be ruthless without even yelling. But if you can manage to not take it personally and just try to extract as much information from her or her junior regarding how you could have done a better job, it’s all good in the end. By Anon, 4th year, NLSIU
1. Accompanying the lawyer to the High Court and various other courts on a daily basis.
2. Assisted in drafting Writ Applications and Petitions, Petitions under Article 227 of the Indian Constitution.
3. Extensive research in probate matters and Civil Revision.
4. Prepared applications in LLRT Cases
5. Daily research on upcoming cases, going through cause
My inclination is more towards criminal law, so I used to grab more of criminal related matters and attend the hearings in the court so that I could learn from my senior advocates the art of pleading in the court room. By JeetVipul Patel, Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, 8th Semester
The best thing about Mr. Luthra’s office is Mr. Sidharth Luthra himself. He is a very sober and down to earth person. He is very polite while interacting with his interns. Also the cases he deals with are mostly hyped criminal cases so the research work becomes all the more interesting.
Success comes with lots of hard work and knowledge there is no short cut for success. Ram sir's way of reading each case, question asked by him in conferences amused us. He goes to the crux of each case. I love the way he argues. At the age of 90 he is more active then
The work environment at the chambers of Mr. Mahesh Jethmalani was well-suited for a fresher like me and I was glad enough to realize that her nervousness was futile as there were highly friendly and co-operative colleagues/supervisors.
You will not be allowed to sit free and sir will expect you to deliver results. As a first generation lawyer in my family with no back up, I can say that for others who are like me, trying to get hard earned certificates, building a CV and who like working and are interested in
Therefore, the main tasks at the internship involved reaching the court for a particular matter, and leave after it was done. By Jenisha Shah, Government Law College, Mumbai, 4th year, BLS LLB. Anyone can share her/his internship experience HERE. Login with your Facebook ID. Click HERE.
A female junior advocate took me on a tour of the court which included one library, common room for ladies, canteen and a huge hall full of notaries. I was introduced to other Junior advocates and was briefed on the cases going on in the court rooms. By Raviena Bedi, Army Institute of Law, Mohali,
He called me in to understand my inclinations, my strengths and what I was interested in learning and explained how can I make the most of the internship. He happened to be the most helpful person and guided me right from how to handle the simplest document. By Bharat Jain
The Advocate dealt with cases on Family Law, Criminal Law which involved everything that is Matrimonial, Divorce, Evidence, Cr.P.C. & IPC. So it’s a great place to start-off for people who are interested in Family Law & Criminal Law and want to go into Litigation. The Advocate was extremely patient and acted in the capacity
However, one of the associate told me on the first day “make yourself tougher to handle this office, many interns have come and left in between, but all those who managed to remain learnt a lot”. Posted by Shikhar Agarwal Anyone can share his/her internship experience HERE.
At first, I wasn't quite sure that a High Court internship in the first year would be any productive. However, it was a great experience. The work was interesting and very informative; I learned loads about civil procedures. By Vishakha Gupta, NUJS, Second year Share your internship expeirence HERE.
Main tasks were generally drafting and researching various cases related to Consumer Protection Act, 1986. I was also asked to draft a divorce case including clauses of domestic violence. You will also be asked to prepare a reply letter to various clients of the firm. Shared by Aunneshaa Dey. Anyone can share his/her internship
Soon enough I realized the only way to get work and be productive was to be aggressive and just ask and if you still get a no persevere with the requests till you get atleast something. The pestering would initially come across as obnoxious from a mere intern but with time the effort will be
Main task is to accompany sir in the court making notes then briefing him opinions sent by various departments to advice them on various legal issues and briefing him the upcoming matters and research work on those matters. By Rajat Kapoor, IMS LAW College, Noida
Work Environment was friendly. Venkateysh Garg Assistant to advocate general use to teach as practical aspects of law, how the procedure works it was his duty to assign us work he had everything in his bag for each and every Intern.
We had gone to Tis Hazari District Court on the first day, where I got to see a real court room first time in my life! Nevertheless, I wasn't disappointed. No formalities as such. Work environment was absolutely nice. Never felt out of place. Created a whole new interest in litigation. People were helpful and
The best thing about this internship was that at no point of time was I made it to feel I was a second year intern who had absolutely not much knowledge of the law or the court procedure or anything for that matter. It’s a great place to start-off for people who are interested
The best things included at the internship was firstly the associates and secondly that out of all internships I have done in the past or heard about from my friends, none gives an opportunity to witness all courts i.e. High Court, Supreme Court, CAT, National Green Tribunal, SDM'S Court, Patiala House, Tees Hazari in a