Name of the intern
Name of your college
Christ University, Bangalore
Name of the course and year of study
4th year | B.A LL.B
Name and address of the organisation
ubAdvocate, Chambers of Adv. Jeevan Prakash, AOR, Supreme Court of India
Duration of internship
From: 20/09/2021 Till: 20/10/2021
How did you apply for the internship?
First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression
As part of the induction process, the selected interns received an introduction and FAQ sheet shortly after being chosen.
The internship seems to be very well organized and structured.
The interns were assigned 30 assignments over the course of a month that ranged from rape victim rights, consent under the IPC, labour issues, and employment security during COVID-19.
It was a virtual internship, and the duties were focused on actual scenarios and legal concerns, giving us the opportunity to write our legal advise to the client based on legal facts, sections, and case laws.
The internship programme was organised and professional.
The topics chosen for the exercises were extremely intriguing.
It related to current concerns dealing with legal gaps, forcing interns to look beyond the textbook and allowing them to build practical thinking and problem solving skills.
There was no way to get feedback on your submitted assignments.
Because we did not have any meetings with Adv. Jeevan Prakash in my batch. The interns did not get the opportunity to directly connect with him and learn from his extensive legal experience.
Details about accommodation and commute
I was able to learn about the legal gaps present in our judicial system. It was an extremely eye-opening experience.
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