My very first day, I was the typical doe-eyed anxious student wondering about what this experience will entail, However as soon as I met the coolest boss ( a.k.a the Managing Attorney and Founder of Abrise Legal), Ms Richa Joshi, I was at ease.
She took an interview initially during which she gave me further pointers about my CV and the use of transferable skills from other things I had done, a perspective I’ve often found missing elsewhere, then it was the basic introduction to the working areas of the firm. Also, the office is so cute, for lack of a better word. It has elements that make you go Woah! Great enviornment=Great mood for work, A life lesson I learnt here
Trademark filings, Examination report replies, drafting agreements, Legal Research, Public search for trademarks, debt recovery notice, Preparing case studies, Also got a chance to attend trademark hearings.
The Work environment is fun, positive and every moment is a complete learning experience, when I went here, I was John Snow -I knew nothing but soon I got hands-on work and learnt through it. I learnt about the nuances of the law, how small words make big differences, the essential skills for a lawyer, most importantly I learnt ways and processes of work that help me evolve and grow in terms of my career as well as my personality.
Towards the end I found myself being able to think critically before doing anything. I was also lucky to get lectures on various topics like the essentials of contracts, Trademarks etc.
Yes, Depending on the work you do.
Literally, everything, every single day of work was an enjoyable experience.
Have a passion for what you do.
Put your 105% in everything you work on and gain an understanding of it thoroughly, because there will be questions you cannot imagine
Formatting is your best friend
Learning to analyse situations in a multidimensional perspective
Life skills- how to talk to a client, how to address seniors
If you are interested in IPR or even otherwise in Litigation or Just want to give your best in law ‘ABRISE’ Legal is the place to be.
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