In AZB, you get as much work as you can/want (to) take and also you get recognition for you work. so, if you have the enthusiasm to work hard and the passion to get noticed, this is "the place" for you. Purushottam Anand, NLU Delhi, 4th year
The associates at Luthra and Luthra are very friendly, helpful and co-operative as well and are ready to hear you if you have any problem. On stipend: I heard from one the interns that Luthra and Luthra only provide stipends to law students form NLU’s and as I am from non-NLU law school stipend
The work atmosphere at Khaitan and Co is relaxed. Most of the associates are young and they are really cordial and helpful. Interns also get an opportunity to interact with the senior partners. Once an associate gives you some work, the chances of getting work from him/her again depends entirely on your performance. Deepti Somani,
After the first week, special stories for the newspaper are assigned to an intern depending on his/her quality of work. Special stories may be of the choice of the editor or the interns’; stories are also, assigned based on the intern’s performance. During my period of four weeks, eight of my articles featured in The
There was no single biggest learning lesson, although each small part of the Internship was a learning experience in itself. Be it listening to the way Mr.Sorabjee interacted with clients and briefing councils, the way he argued at court, or merely attending case hearings at the Supreme Court. Nihal D’Souza, 4th Yr B.A.LLB.(Hons.),University of
My work included writing articles on day to day consumer issues, preparing memos on various subjects like will, rent agreement etc; making marketing and sales strategy, interacting with customers etc. By Anup Kumar, Amity Law School, Delhi, 5th year
The most interesting experience of interning with Mr. Tulsi is that interns have to participate in moot trials and debates on the issues which are being dealt in his cases. The interns are divided into groups and are required to take stands and present their views. The topic is given a day in advance for
The work is confined to study and research on matters pertaining to consumer disputes. The matters were innumerable – from tribunals to courts. Hefty amount of litigation by and against the company. But I must say that work is quite insightful.
The work at Global Juris Consultants was limited to researching with strict deadlines, help in drafting court documents and assisting in the court and co-ordinating with the lawyers in the Court. I also learnt to make practical arguments which you will not find in any book or judgments, processes in the court, client counseling, etc.
The DLSA office is situated in the Patiala House Court Complex in Delhi. Finally our internship schedule was prepared and for a few days I was given the work of observing the court proceedings in the Patiala House Compound. Then came up the schedule for MegaTraffic Lok Adalat, which was organised by DLSA.
Most of the associates are young and everyone there is really patient and helpful. Even had the opportunity to interact with one of the senior partners there, and was surprised, to be frank, with the hospitality.
There is no such method of application. You have to approach him directly and convince him to let you take up an internship with him. He is very hospitable and if convinced will not refuse. An internship with Mr.Razack provides “Practical First-hand experience”. You could work at your own convenience but the work is so
We had an induction programme taken by Prof. N. L. Mitra (Partner, FML and Ex-VC of NLSIU, Bangalore and NLU, Jodhpur) through video conferencing from Bangalore in which he told us about corporate law as a career option and then taught us important things which are not taught at
NCW was working on their upcoming initiative “SAVE THE HOME, SAVE THE FAMILY” due to which lots of our work was directed towards the same. We were asked to make background notes and presentations for this purpose and present it to the Joint Secretary at NCW.
This was an extremely demanding internship, so I would not suggest it to someone who wants to enjoy their vacations in Delhi. As one of Mr. Luthra’s juniors put it, “In litigation, there are no Sundays.”
Work is the focal point of the chambers and all other factors are ancillary.
Interning at the State Human Rights Commission is perhaps the best thing to do in your first year. It is not too taxing and lets you experience the kind and manner of cases being dealt by the Commission and their way of functioning. Also, such a Commission has been statutorily set up in every
Indu Malhotra is a Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court (the second lady advocate to be designated 'senior advocate' in the history of SC) and has a firm with around ten associates. The primary work of firm is related to arbitration, property and commercial matters. I interned here during the summer vacation, 2010 (May-June)
I have been to the Khan Market slum, and the Jhuggi-Jhopri cluster near Indian Habitat centre with Abraham, Deepshikha and Stuti to shoot for the documentary related to the displacement caused due to the common-wealth games. It was a fun as well as learning experience for me and I enjoyed working at all these projects.