I interned there in the month of June in 2013, the timings were 9 am to 8 pm . The day time was spent either at High Court or District court.
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
The office is small and there is no dedicated room for the interns, there are no hard and fast first day formalities, all one needs to do is just be in touch with one of the associates and get located in the office. The infrastructure is is well to do.
Main task is to accompany the advocate to hearings and keeping a track of his matters, in the evening you will be preparing arguments for the next days hearing which will include researching and coming up with case laws etc.
Work environment and people
Work environment is friendly and you’ll be working directly with the advocate sitting right with him (by God super waali feel) the associates are also very friendly and will treat you as equals and not interns.
Evening time paan! Everyone in the office will enjoy a meetha paan in the evening sponsored by Sir.
Lack of adequate space in office but it’s good because you are now directly involved in the mission!
How to argue in the court and catch the judge in his own arguments.
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