HRLN (Human Rights Law Network) is a legal NGO headed by Mr. Colin Gonsalves (human rights activist and a renowned advocate). It has offices all over India. I had interned at their New Delhi office in Jungpura in April, 2009 for a month (in my first year).
The cordial relations maintained by the firm with clients and other advocates gave me a very basic insight into the levels of transparency adhered to by the firm. During the time when the courts were on a break, I was introduced to the corporate and other related divisions.
Its an easygoing internship, suggested for first years, but not worth it for students who want to learn law related work. (Please see that the internship experience is for HRLN, Bhopal. Do send in your internship experiences at HRLN's other offices).
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The overall experience of working with the Commission was wonderful and I definitely got a good grasp on the functioning of the Right to Information Act, 2005....After a while, processing letters and responding to them became a little monotonous.
There was not too much work, but I did get some good work especially some really cool sports law work given by Mr. Anish Dayal, one of the two partners at Fidus. It was cool because firstly I got to research on legal issues which affected many a leading
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