Name of the intern
Name of your college
The Central Law College, Salem
Name of the course and year of study
B.A LL. B | 4th year
Name and address of the organisation
D. Balasubramaniyam, Advocate and practitioner on criminal law, district court, Cuddalore.
Duration of internship
From: 03/08/2021 Till: 29/09/2021
How did you apply for the internship?
I approached directly to his office for internship with the help of another advocate.
First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression
First day I didn’t have any work to do. The infrastructure was good.
The place was filled with various books and case files.
My senior was so welcoming and made me comfortable of the space on the very first day. He asked me to Utilise the opportunity to its most.
My main task was to get a strong hold of bare acts on the criminal side of law. I had to observe court proceedings and had to follow case.
I was given with case files to read and was questioned from time to time about the case files, for and my court observation by my senior.
I observed not only criminal side but also I was sent to family courts and labour courts for learning the proceedings.
I had four seniors to guide me. It was interesting and I got a lot of experience.
I had the opportunity to meet new people and how to deal when someone approaches you for legal affairs. They also taught me how I should approach them if I am a professional.
I learned a lot about basic proceedings and how does a court work. It was comfortable and exciting to work with such a great advocate.
They gave me space to learn and there wasn’t any uncomfortable moments for me in that office.
I wasn’t given real work to do. All I did was observing.
It would have been better if I was given written works or computer works to be done.
Nothing but knowledge
Details about accommodation and commute
It was in my hometown so I stayed at my home and left for internship from my home daily.
I had a great experience. It was good to learn from a senior most lawyer and have a close observation and attention to all the proceedings they do.
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