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Chambers of Advocate A Parija, Odisha High Court
Application Process with contact details
I had applied for the internship by giving an application where I had mentioned about my willingness to intern under the learned Counsel.
Duration of internship and timings
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
The Chamber was full of books and the junior advocates were busy working. I reached on time and was given to read and brief cases.
I read some of his landmark cases and learnt the meticulous way of writing a fact of the case and briefed some cases, read some of writing in journal and finally quenched my insatiable thirst of viewing a courtroom proceeding.
Work environment and people
People were very much adorable and amicable.
In the Chamber I got a leading case of Pritish Nany v. Janaki Ballaav Pattnaik which left a trial of pleasant remembrance.
Nothing bad happened.
This was an unpaid internship.
I learnt that a lawyer may die but may not lose his appeal.
Being a day scholar there was no need problem for accommodation.
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM