Well the biggest lesson here was that we need to put in long sittings on research of any kind. The research work was of a high quality, so it required continuous application of mind as well search. Research was not limited to Manupatra or indiankanoon. By Nupur Walia, UILS, Panjab University, Fourth year
The work I learnt the most was to draft as a lawyer. By the end of the internship I was given an arbitration case for which I had to write the whole of the submissions. I was given an idea how to write an opinion note for a client too. By Shivam Grover. UILS,
The people are very congenial. All the Associates, Partners, Interns and other supporting staff eat lunch together in the dining hall. The associates/mentor are warm and take extra effort to explain the question of law to the interns.
They explain the errors and ways to improvise. There is a wide variety of interns from law graduates
The best thing that allured me was the SABHA organized there every Saturdays. Every SABHA was based on an unanimous agenda raised by the villagers who used to attend it and the experts being called to throw light on the same. By Aparajita, UPES, 2nd year
More than all that; if you do this internship do you think they will bother to give you a certificate? If Yes - You’re a fool then. Please have some heart! Do not treat interns like untouchable people. I am sorry to say that Karma will give back its best one day or other.