Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID
Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength
Chambers of Advocate Satish L Maneshindhe, Mumbai, 8 junior advocates
Application Process with contact details
I have went through my University Vice Chancellor Dr. TR Subramanya sir’s recommendation and one can apply through mail by calling to office.
Duration of internship and timings
4 weeks from July 1 to July 28
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
First day went to the office and gave our hard copy of CV to them and shown our college ID card. Later they said to go to session court Mumbai near Church Gate.
Main tasks is to get Certified Copies from different courts.
Some legal research about case, getting summons, FIR copy from police Stations and some miscellaneous work.
Work environment and people
All Junior Advocates are good and friendly in working with interns, if we have doubts you can ask them without any fear or anything else, they will help you.
Best things are learning the court procedures and manners. The most beautiful thing is Seeing Satish L Maneshindhe Sir’s Arguments in Bombay High Court.
There are not so much bad things but the one bad thing I felt is we have to go to different courts daily to get Certified copies etc.
Travelling daily to different places in Mumbai gets sometimes irritating because of that traffic and all, except this no other bad thing.
Biggest lessons are by travelling to different courts daily you will get familiar with the places, you don’t get fear to travel the Mumbai like how we feel for first time going to a big city and all.
Getting accommodation is not an issue in Mumbai, by searching in olx or sulekha, one can get pg etc. I stayed in pg.
Depends on the work, because they assign some work in order get that work done you should go 9 AM like sometimes but regularly 10:30 AM to 5 PM. Saturday and Sunday off.
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