Internship @ Aeltemesh Rein & Co. Law Consultants, New Delhi

Name. College. Year of Study

Md Dilawar Khan. KIIT School Of Law. 1st Year

 Name of the organisation. City

Aeltemesh Rein & Co. Law Consultants, New Delhi.

How big was the office? Team strength?

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The office is not that big. The office is run by 2 sisters and one brother.

Application procedure. Internship contact details

I send them an Email attaching my CV with a cover letter almost 2 months before I wanted to do my internship. I received a confirmation mail from them in few days.

To apply for an internship send your resume at and they can be contacted at    +91-11-46016493.

Duration in weeks. No. of days/week. Timings

They accept for a minimum of 21 working days internship but to learn more you should apply for atleast a month.

You have to work for 6 days in a week and the office timing is from 9 AM to 6 PM.

 Accommodation: how, where, how was it?

The office of Aeltemesh Rein & Co. Law Consultants is near Delhi Stock Exchange and it take around 5 min from New Delhi Railway Station.

Delhi 6 is very near to the office so I stayed in one of the guest house. The guest house charge around 300 per day if you are staying for 20 to 30 days. It was not so good but you can stay.

If you are a non-veg then that place is awesome for you and if you are a veg then you have to walk to Paharganj where ther are vegetarian dhabas.

First impression. First day, formalities etc.

On the first day they asked me to fill a form and submit the recommendation letter of the college and the confirmation letter of the parents.

They don’t want there intern to sit idle so they hand me with few reports and a Bar Council Rule Book to go through.

They told me that if you feel bored then just through the books that were there in the office.

Main tasks

Aeltemesh Rein & Co. Law Consultants is a litigation firm so they deal in almost all the matters. During my internship period I was to told to draft and brief cases. You will be send to the court to hear the proceeding and file the case.

Work environment, people

The very first day they told me that you have to complete the work within 3 working days and submit it to the clerk. If you cannot complete it then you have to give a valid reason for not completing the work.

The worst part of the work was the translation and typing of work which I hate most.

Best things? 

The best things is that you will learn how to draft and brief a case. I was not having any idea about the drafting so they gave me one book and taught me how to draft. You will be sent to courts to hear the proceedings and note down the points of the cases.

You will be workin under Maheravish Rein and Shamshravish Rein who will look at every mistake that you commit, so be perfect at the work that will assigned to you.

Bad things? 

I have to spend my own money in travelling even when I am going for office work.

The other thing that I was not fond of was translation of cases from Hindi to English and you have to do a lot of translation work.

What did you do to chill? Co-interns, colleagues

I used to talk to my co-interns and listen to songs when I was not assigned any work.

Stipend/ month

They don’t give stipend.

Disclaimer: Internship experiences are opinions shared by individual law students and tend to be personal and subjective in nature. The internship experiences shared on Lawctopus are NOT Lawctopus official views on the internship.

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