Internship Experience @ Chambers of Mr. Ravindra Verma, Kanpur: Read the basic provisions of criminal law before joining the office


Yash Tripathi


Chambers of Mr. Ravindra Verma, Kanpur Trial Court

Application Process

Mr. Ravindra Verma

You can call him in case you want to intern under him.


15th June, 2014 – 15th July, 2014

First Day

You have to go and directly meet Mr. Verma.

He will personally introduce you to his entire team and inform you about the timings of the office.

Main tasks

Visited Kanpur Sessions Court, observed the proceedings on criminal matters and conducted extensive research on various legal aspects.


Work environment is quite sincere as there are a lot of cases and each and every day is filled with around 20-25 cases a practice which is rarely seen in the trial court.

People are friendly and also very much co-operative in providing guidance.

Best things

The office is located inside the court premises, which in turn is situated in the heart of the city.

Thus during the break time you can enjoy a lot.

Bad things

There is no good infrastructure facility inside the court and thus making conditions pretty rough sometimes.


No Stipend

Biggest Lessons

At the stage which is the very first one in judicial proceedings how to conduct the case and also provide full satisfaction to your client which is a result of hard work and determination.

Anything else?

Read the basic provisions of criminal law before joining the office.

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