International Bridges to Justice (India) is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization dedicated to ensuring the basic legal rights of ordinary citizens in developing and transition countries. IBJ in India works to guarantee all citizens the right to competent legal representation, the right to be protected from cruel and unusual punishment and the right to a fair
People at CCI are awesome. They are friendly, intelligent, very good teachers and mentors. My mentor taught me Competition Law in the manner a teacher in classroom would not teach you. Teaching theory and co-relating it with ongoing case is fun learning. By Ramesh Kumar Maali, RMLNLU, Lucknow (5th year)
Main tasks included in-depth research on various contemporary issues. Personally, I have researched on Police reforms, Judicial reforms and prepared reports. Daily news monitoring from various news papers is every intern’s task. By Swathi Potla, First Semester, Pendekanti Law College, Osmania University
First impression was good, big office with cafeteria and first day formality was like writing in my name in the register of interns or internship register of that particular office, I was made aware of the office timings particularly and then further I was guided to their library where all the interns were suppose to
It was a great learning procedure overall which will surely help me in the long run in understanding the ways and methods of the legal aid system in the society. It taught me the importance of time and hard work.
Since, Supreme Court and High Court was closed during my internship, I mainly worked on Indu Ma’am’s book on Arbitration. I thoroughly enjoyed working on her book. It was a great working experience on me. I am pretty sure that I learned more about Arbitration in my internship than I will ever learn in the
It’s a small town which has only one court i.e. session court. The lawyers there generally don’t have big offices. Lawyers have their desks in a big corridor and a big ground in the court premises. His office was also a big wooden table with some benches and chairs to sit. By Paridhi
The basic work of the C&I Cell is to directly interact with the aggrieved parties, listen to their complaints and then register them. Interns are also allowed to directly converse with the complainants. By this we come to know about their problems and it is very much practical. By Samarth Trigunayat, Chanakya National Law
My internship at Chetanalya gave me an experience worth cherishing. I learnt how to perform effectively and efficiently in a team. The plight of the poor brought forth by the NGO made me more sensitive towards the issues of poverty. By Rashi Shahrawat; ITM Law School; First Year
Main tasks included reading and analyzing files, court visits, some other administrative job. There was a lot of learning there. He used to teach me like a professor at times. He used to tell me how to go through cases and device a solution. How to apply the law was also a major area of
I completed two important internships during this time period. The 1st one was in the chamber of Advocate Pandey Neeraj Rai and second one under Hon’ble Mr. Justice R.R. Prasad, Jharkhand High Court. By Ishita Dasgupta, NUSRL, Ranchi
At the end of the day, we could go to Sir’s office and discuss on any of the cases that we were interested in and take home any work that would be given to us based on the discussions we had. Our tasks also included researching on recent case law pertaining to certain judicial questions
When it comes to work Shobhit sir is a hard task master otherwise he is very co-operative and friendly. What is expected from interns is punctuality and hard work. He communicates with interns on a daily basis and discusses the ongoing cases. By Puja Kumari, College of Legal Studies, UPES, Dehradun, III Year.
The MP High Court, is an impressive mansion of superb architecture was constructed in 1899 by Raja Gokul Das, Grand Father of late Seth Govind Das, Former Member of Parliament. The building was designed by Henry Irwin, C.I.E., P.W.D., sometime in 1886. By Snigdha Sadanad Pimprikar, UPES, 2nd year
Students are required to submit their Research Topic Preference in their applications along with a 500 words Article on the Research Topic. Applications have to be mailed at [email protected]. 5 interns in each category will be selected. The selected candidates will be intimated by 14th August, 2014.
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The UKCA Chambers' office was a decent place. All the interns were provided with a separate individual desk and a computer. The office also had an extensive library with various commentaries and journals pertaining to many laws. By Akshay Mahajan, UILS, Chandigarh, 5th year
Working on excel sheets was really very much monotonous. Also, sometimes the a/c used to stop working and since I was interning in the month of June, working there became very much frustrated at that time.
I was asked to assist an associate in drafting the HR policy for the Indian office of a foreign company, review a Special leave petition and apart from it, my area of interest was criminal law. I was asked to attend the court proceedings in various criminal matters in Supreme Court, High Court and Family
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Initially I was given around 500 distributorship agreements and was asked to arrange them. It was really very boring and tedious work. But later it was nice to have interactive session with the circle legal head as he was a really nice and he use to manage to take out sometime out of his busy