Singhania & Co. Bangalore is located in M.G.Road which is an expensive location. So I'd would suggest to live at other place like BTM Layout, Koromangala. I stayed at BTM Layout. It would take half an hour to reach M.G. Road. There are lot of PGs in these above-mentioned locations. Abhinav Kumar, KIIT Law
The firm mainly deals with Intellectual Property Law matters. The partners took a lot of personal interest in explaining everything in great detail. Some of the tasks I completed included drafting and filing trademark applications and forms, preparing patent filing forms, drafting responses to trademark examination reports and making patent and trademark search reports.
EduLegal, as the name suggests, is a Law firm that deals with the Education Sector. First, we were assigned to research on the pending bills related to education and also to make a power point presentation of our research work. Palak Pathak, 3rd BSL.LL.B, DES Law College, Pune
For me, one of the most memorable sessions was the one conducted by Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo, a Buddhist nun who founded the Dongyu Gatsal Ling Nunnery in Himachal Pradesh. Though this might not interest everyone, it greatly appealed to me because of my interest in philosophy and spirituality. Few experiences in life can have such
They will take your cell phones and you are not allowed to go out side ( except for office purposes ) so yeah being rather candid, you are cut off from the world, plus one parter will remind you as if he was some long lost brother of Hitler, so behave nicely infront of him
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
Mr. Ranjit Malhotra and Mr.Anil Malhotra are very particular about their work and as you get to work directly under them you get a better sense of understanding, and even a small mistake is looked down upon. By Ridham Dua. Law Faculty Delhi University. Batch 2012-2015
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 was mainly given research work on various interesting matters relating to Trademarks. The matters I was involved in were related to brands that were not even heard of in India before. It revealed a wider spectrum of aspects that are involved with marketing a Brand Name. This was definitely the sort of learning we
The best days of my internship were when Prof. Amita Dhanda would take classes for us interns to discuss, explain and make us understand the activities of the Centre and various concepts of human rights as it gave the interns to learn from a brilliant teacher and also clear our mind in relation to the
The best thing that allured me was the SABHA organized there every Saturdays. Every SABHA was based on an unanimous agenda raised by the villagers who used to attend it and the experts being called to throw light on the same. By Aparajita, UPES, 2nd 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.
Basically this internship is very good for those people who want improve upon their writing skills or have an interest in writing. Your basic task is to write articles on various topics of law. Sometimes you can choose the laws your are interested in and can write articles on them. Ila Vyas, Bharati Vidyapeeth's
The associates were helpful and ready to teach, and were genuinely nice to us. And luckily, all of us co-interns too bonded pretty well as a group. It seems a very nice place to finally settle down to work in, even though the workload with each associate is pretty big. Anonymous
Biggest plus point of is stipend. It will be given as a Cheque by end of internship which is sum of efforts plus work (200 per working day + Rs. 4000 if you cover a mandate fixed by organisation). So if you intern for 25 working days you have a good chance of getting
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
One who wants to start legal aid society at college level must intern with DLSA. All efforts are not going into vain, there is still some hope left. By Rahul Kapoor, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, 2nd year
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