The best part is that Rajan sir solves all your legal queries, ensures that you are working properly and the office has a good library which can be accessed by interns. The bad part is that their is no stipend and snacks and also interns cannot do drafting or present their oral arguments on case
My main task included preparing and studying cases for the next day, attending the court proceedings in both HC and SC, drafting letters and emails, replying and calling officers and clients to attend their cases, researching on cases,finding judgement and jotting down points of law and arguments. I even attended the mediation proceedings.
Your main tasks will involve a lot of research work on absolutely interesting stuff like Stadium Season Ticket Holders' rights and ad regulations for a big beverages company. During the IPL season you'll be tracking down a lot of ambush marketing for IPL, and filing 'pull down' notices. By Anirban Saikia, 4th year, NUJS
There was mainly research work! Also, I went to the supreme court and the high court, and they also take you to see Arbitratio , if there is any going on. It was a treat to hear Mr.Tripathi argue! He's amazing , so confident, so jolly and so good at his work. He's very cool
There are hardly any internship out there like this one that go beyond mere head knowledge to the more crucial dimension of argument formation and transformation. I didn’t just learn, I grew more. The internship gave me a better insight of Indian Legal System. I enjoyed being treated as a colleague & not as summer
You will be asked to do research on miscellaneous topics. You have to frame arguments for your party. Also find appropriate case law if necessary. The work was assigned according to our skills. My co-intern was given drafting work whereas my work was confined to research and argument framing. We generally dealt with contractual matters
Best thing is that it is a very awesome, delightful, incredible exposure for law student to grab the maximum in short spam of one month. You learn things like court room ethics, arguments advanced in closed files etc.
Further the associates and partners give personal attention to interns if any one is facing problem to do
The best part about the internship has to be the 'classes' that he takes which I have talked about above. Watching him argue in big cases and then discussing it with him is an absolute treat, too. Also, he takes the interns out for a spin in his BMW now and then. How cool is
There are variety of cases ranging from criminal cases, civil cases, co-operative societies disputes, family disputes etc.
When the Ashok sir was there in the court then seeing him cross examining or making an argument was an awesome experience. By Nitish Banka, Law Centre-II Faculty of Law
There are as many as a minimum of 20 matters on most days which are divided among the associates.
The tasks include helping them on researching on certain topics relating to the matters, finding judgments, the last dated orders in the matters for the coming day, finding the points of law in the judgments, attending briefing
You are also required to attend the conferences that happen, that is the meeting with the clients when they come to discuss their case with Sir, of the cases that you are working on. Most of the work in this internship will require reading different case files and researching the topics given. By Surpreet
The main task in court hours was to sit and watch the court proceedings. For the most of the time I found this very interesting as watching the doyens of legal profession could lead to gain knowledge of immense importance. By Ashish Tiwari, HNLU Raipur, II Year
I usually write down all the major points on which he used to argue with the case name. I was always so excited to listen his arguments, he argues like lion roars in the jungle. By Harshit Gupta , UPES, 3rd Year
His 5 feet 6 inch height was enough to shake the opponent arguments. As soon as he reached his room, his junior used to give him his tobacco packet which was his daily routine. He was part cunning and part loving/ sincere. By Rajeev Agrawal, Damodaram Sanjivayya National law University, 1st year
I tried not to miss the Court visits for two reasons:
a) That you get to see Mr.Luthra in action (yes, I am in awe of him) and
b) You'd rather have lunch at the Court than at Khan market, especially if you're on a budget and plan to enjoy your weekends.
There was no single biggest learning lesson, although each small part of the Internship was a learning experience in itself. Be it listening to the way Mr.Sorabjee interacted with clients and briefing councils, the way he argued at court, or merely attending case hearings at the Supreme Court. Nihal D’Souza, 4th Yr B.A.LLB.(Hons.),University of
The most interesting experience of interning with Mr. Tulsi is that interns have to participate in moot trials and debates on the issues which are being dealt in his cases. The interns are divided into groups and are required to take stands and present their views. The topic is given a day in advance for