At the end of the day, we could go to Sir’s office and discuss on any of the cases that we were interested in and take home any work that would be given to us based on the discussions we had. Our tasks also included researching on recent case law pertaining to certain judicial questions
The MP High Court, is an impressive mansion of superb architecture was constructed in 1899 by Raja Gokul Das, Grand Father of late Seth Govind Das, Former Member of Parliament. The building was designed by Henry Irwin, C.I.E., P.W.D., sometime in 1886. By Snigdha Sadanad Pimprikar, UPES, 2nd year
The work entailed primarily observing the workings of the courtroom, and sometimes assisting the judge with researching for precedents. This was quite possibly because I was in my first year, and a person who applies for internship when they are more aware of procedural and substantive laws, might get more of a workload.
His Lordship is very friendly and down to earth. As he is a well-wisher and also a regular visitor to our University, we had a lot of time talking over many different issues. Office staffs were also very cooperative. By Abhijeet Kumar, NLUO, 4th year
This is not law that you read in your books. This is how law is interpreted and manipulated in order to justify a legislation or a case where the government is a party. Aparna Babu George, National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi
The best thing about this internship was the fact that although the interns had to make notes about all kinds of cases during the Court proceedings, we could choose a case of our liking and work with that in depth. We were given the freedom to choose the topic under which we would be given
To engage, rehabilitate, and reform its inmates, Tihar uses music therapy, which involves music training sessions and concerts. There is also a prison industry within the walls, manned wholly by inmates, which bears the brand Tihar.
I was mainly assigned tasks related to the conference which was being organised by INBA in lieu of National law day. It was a two day conference wherein I got to closely interact with a number of legal luminaries and participated in the interactive sessions based on burning legal issues.
Although there was hardly anything “legal” about this internship but I would still recommend people give it a shot since it really affects you and changes you for good or as Santosh puts it, “Mountains, especially Himalayas, can teach you lot more than any college can.” By Vinayak Pant, III semester, University School Of
The use of this locker is “to switch off your indispensable mobile phone” and lock it up in the locker for the next eight hours of the day ( yes, for all those mobile phone addicts out there , this place is a reformation and rehabilitation centre as well !). By Nikunj Agarwal, RMLNLU
My first day was super , the editor introduced me to the whole team. I was very naive as it was my first experience but all the team member very warm and they welcomed me as I was not an intern but part of the team. Shared by Issa Sharma, National Law University and
The work environment was friendly and the President, Dr. Paul Chellakumar was approachable. He took personal interest in explaining the technicalities and procedures to the interns. By Prerna Khatri. Anyone can post an internship experience HERE.
The company we worked in was mostly sweet and (or) entertaining. Be it the failed eccentricities of the junior clerk and his subsequent face offs with a mildly irritated Justice Sinha or the ever sweet and inviting Associate ma’am, it all came out to be pretty happening. We got enough food to stuff ourselves and
I called up the HR a thousand times, bugged them into giving me an internship. So the day I went to collect my access card, they knew me as the 'girl who wouldn't stop calling.' By Apurva Vishwanath, VII semester, RMLNLU
Basically, it was like testing the waters before diving straight into journalism. The last day was more or less, a career guidance seminar. When the National Editor, Rahul Joshi visited, he apparently commented that the interns seemed more comfortable than any other employees. That pretty much sums up the experience. By Apurva Vishwanath, VII
For example if you open any act on Manupatra you will find a button ‘Legal summary’ which explains each and every section of that act in simple layman language. That was my main task. Mahip Singh Sikarwar, 3rd year, HNLU Raipur
From the 1st day I got to work. I got an impression that the BMC operates like a close-knit family, rather than an impersonal legal institution. The Deputy Director, who was in charge of my internship, helped a lot to make the interns feel comfortable with the environment.By Ipsita Mukherjee, Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law
To start the session, the designated official was not on time, the interns were made to wait one and a half hours for the projector to set, but when the session started it was nice overall, interns were divided in the group of 5-6 (in one group) then after briefing tea n snacks were also
If you want to know what a LPO is all about, get a feel of Corporate culture, Go for it ! But if you crave new work everyday and expect every other day to be different than the previous then this might not be a place for you. Anshul Duggal, IInd Year, Symbiosis Law