Category: Internship Experiences

Internship @ National Human Rigths Commission NHRC, New Delhi; Rs. 8000 Stipend, Warm Work Enviro

The people were the best thing about the internship. Moreover, the sessions conducted by several eminent personalities on a plethors of human rights issues ranging from women to child, disabled to old age, leprosy to environment, health to manual scavenging, police reforms to prison reforms were enlightening and thought provoking. By Gitanjali Ghosh, NLSIU,

Internship @ Chaudhary Law Associates, Bhopal : Beautiful Bhopal, Good Learning Enviro; Rs. 2000/M Stipend

They gave me the cases, the trial of which was to be conducted that day and then after reading those cases, I used to proceed with them to the court for listening the arguments and pleadings. I was also given research work relating to Environmental matters, which are filled in National Green Tribunal by them.

Internship @ Bangalore Mediation Center : Great Place to Learn ADR, Helpful Mediators, No Stipend

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

Internship @ Centre for Law and Policy Research CLPR, Bangalore: Rated 9/10, No Stipend

Since I am fond of Constitutional Law, I had applied for this internship hoping to be given work in that area. I was glad when in the second week my co-intern and I were given the chance to work on a challenging legal opinion which involved Constitutional law and administrative law. By Sohini Chatterjee,

Internship @ Vaish Associates, Mumbai : Good Work Environment, Good Work, Stipend Rs. 5000/M

Another interesting piece of work came from the Real estate department that involved me and my co intern to identify and summarise Stamp duty rates for lease agreement, sale deed, leave and licence, Mortgage by deposit of title deeds, hypothecation / pledge for all the States and U.T.'s of India, for which almost a month

Internship @ Human Rights Law Network (HRLN), Allahabad : Preparing Survey Reports, Drafting PILs and Writs, No Stipend

We prepared the writ ourselves and argued before the court. There is great confidence boost after this kind of internship. I made new friends, increased some people in the directory of contacts and last but not the least working for Human rights of the downtrodden people was kinda blessing for me. By Ambuj Dixit,

Internship @ MPHRC Madhya Pradesh Human Rights Commission : Less Work, Warm People, No Stipend

They themselves won't teach you anything. However, if you approach them they'll guide you. Don't expect loads of work. You don't get to learn everyday, which is a drawback in itself. And if you are a foodie, it's a bad bad place. There's an adjacent shop but that's seriously pathetic. By Aishwarya Dhakarey, Symbiosis