Advocate Rohit Ranjan Prasad, Ranchi.
Team Strength: 6+1
Simply call him at his number and he will ask for CV and you are in for internship.
Sir was a person who was ready to give anything to enhance legal profession and so application process was hassle free.
3rd July, 2015 to 3rd August, 2015
The first day he called me to the court at 10 in the morning, he was a very busy person and particularly at that time he was preparing for a murder trial.
1st week we used to be in the court only but later we were called to his office which was a well equipped lawyers office.
He was flooded with work and so were we.
In the court we used to discuss the cases which were on trial, while in his office we used to draft briefs, bail (both anticipatory and regular), legal notices etc. and we used have conference almost every day discussing cases and later sir used to give us the task to find judgement for different cases.
It was a lower court and so we didn’t used to have much facilities but while in office we were fully privileged we had everything which a good office should have.
People in there were very friendly on of his junior was a just passed out from law school and from him we used to get a lot of learning sessions.
Every one in the office was like a family and every one treated each other as brother.
Everything was best there from shakti ki chai to sir’s argument in the court.
For a law student its important to intern a lower court and I was privileged that I got an opportunity to work from him.
There was no such bad thing except the hot weather.
Work hard and god will pay you well. Work with the professional ethics.
Lower court is a very interesting place you can have lots of fun over there.
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