Internship Experience @ Chambers of Advocate Syed Sadiq Ali, Raipur: Attended Court Proceedings, Read Case Files {S}

Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID

Anshul Biswas, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal, 3rd year

Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Chambers of Advocate Syed Sadiq Ali, Raipur

Application Process with contact details

He is our family lawyer so for me there was no application process but still I have to submit recommendation letter from college.

Duration of internship and timings

June – July 2016

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

He is working in District Court, Raipur.

He is also a High Court lawyer. There is no such formalities but there would be an introduction between the interns and then our lawyer takes a session to know about us like what is our interest in law? Why we chose law? And likewise.

Main tasks

There is no specific task in my internship. I attended arguments, proceedings. I read case files and also deals with the clients.

Work environment and people

He is a serious person. When it comes to fun he does it as well. I am free to him. I can ask any questions and any doubt that means he is not cold hearted person.

Best things

Am free to him I can ask anything. I learn some basic things about law which is very helpful for me.

Bad things

Bad things for me that he won’t give us much time. We have to ask him questions over and over again.



Biggest Lessons

If you really want to do some real and serious stuff in an internship go for anyone who is not relative to you or has friendly relationship with your parents. Ask your faculty for internships.

Overall Rating



I am from Raipur so didn’t need for an accommodation.

Office Timings

We have to report at 10 and till 12 we read the files. Then we have a lunch break from 12 pm – 1 pm but if you are staying far from Court so you can come on 2 as well. But he’ll never allow to go on a bunk after 2 pm.

2 pm to 5 pm work.


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  1. What kind of a bad review is this! Has lawctopus now become a platform where anyone with such broken english can spoil the platform with this sort of reviews!

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