Internship Experience @ Chambers of Sr. Advocate Manish Datt, Jabalpur, MP: In Case of Criminal Proceedings No One is to be Considered Good or Bad

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Chambers of Sr. Advocate Manish Datt, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

Application Process with contact details

1. Contact him on his number and ask about where to send the CV.

2. Send the CV on his email id.

3. Confirmation letter received.

Duration of internship and timings

10th June – 10th July

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

Top shot criminal lawyer of MP High Court. A few questions were asked on first day, great working environment with all the necessary resources for research.

Main tasks

1. Reading files.

2. Doing research on various cases.

3. Research on the basic provisions of criminal law.

4. Research was done to find out relevant case laws for the case or proceeding next day.

5. Watching the proceedings, arguments and pleadings in High Court, especially Bail related cases.

Work environment and people

It was good and very supportive.

Best things

The way the arguments take place in the court and the way a lawyer communicates and extract information from his clients.

Bad things

Less direct interaction with the lawyer.



Biggest Lessons

That face value is a thing which plays a major role in high courts and in case of criminal proceedings no one is to be considered good or bad, client is a client and the focus should be on saving him.

Overall Rating



Relative’s house.

Office Timings

Strict timings:

9 to 11 at office.

11 to 4:30 in High Court.

7 to 9:30 office.

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