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
The environment is not as strict as a law firm or a lawyer's office, but there is still something that keeps us committed to our work. It surely is the attitude of the partners which keeps our spirits high! A place where young minds interact and work together has to be great, and it really
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
The best thing which I got to learn was the huge difference between theoretical knowledge and its practical application.It is something which I will never forget. I developed a understanding of reading & the writing judgments. The bad thing was I had to study lengthy judgments and often I used to get bored.
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
Suprisingly, he was very friendly,pleasant and accomodative. On the first day, he guided me as to what will my tasks be during the internship. The staff was also extremely helpful. By Thulasi K.Raj, IV BSL LLB, ILS Law College, Pune.
The best thing about the mediation center is its proceedings. Both the party are given equal opportunity i.e. firstly both the party are heard together and after this one party at a time is heard. By Ashish Dutt Dubey, Law College Dehradun, 3rd year
My main task was to assist associates by helping them in research. I researched on various topics such as Private defense, IT Act, Laws on rights of women in India, Octroi tax, Software Patenting and the likes. Anuttama Ghose, KIIT School of Law, 1st year