Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID
Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength
Advocate Rakesh Munjal, Supreme Court, Delhi, 8
Application Process with contact details
Duration of internship and timings
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
Wow. That was my first impression also he, though I was a complete stranger to him, he treated me as his daughter so it was warm and a good day.
He being such a great personality had a nice chamber. Infrastructure of SC is the same. But I worked n traveled more of all the courts in Delhi.
Read the proceedings of the case to be presented.
Being new to the field my basic motive was to read in detail the basic cause of the case or the topics related to it.
Also we did visit the sites where the case was held or victim found.
Overall the biggest task was to have patience in the court room.
Work environment and people
Very learned gathering. Be it any court where our case was in Delhi, I found really hard working and knowledgeable people who motivated me to become one of those.
The experience of my advocate is so vast that I could question him on any thing n he would guide me. So he in a way motivated me to be as knowledgeable as him.
Also his associates were quite helpful for they guided me n taught me the little things that I missed in case.
The taxi driver was never on time due to which I use to get late at my office which was not at all liked by my advocate.
Given good books to read, being in 2nd year only.
Patience is the key to success.
Me as a student is curious to know things but in law I was taught to be patient enough to listen others patient enough to wait for your turn.
The only way I would cope up with this profession is when I am patient enough.
Any Other Thing
One must be active enough to participate in issues dealt.
Be updated enough in order to avoid the risk of being questioned.
Home in Noida.
10 am to 4 pm: Court
4 pm to 6:30 pm: Chamber