Shivam Garg, National Law University ,Jodhpur, 3rd Year, firstname.lastname@example.org
Name of Organisation, Location, Team Strength
Shri Zafaryeb Jilani, Additional Advocate General at Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court
One is required to email CV and cover letter on email@example.com.
They are very frequent in replies.
Duration of internship and timings
I interned during summer break from 15 May – 11 June 2013. Office timing are High Court hours.
One need to reach office before 10:30 and can leave around 4 pm unless there is discussion scheduled on that day
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
First impression, when I reached his chamber in High Court, and met sir, it was a splendid feeling. As sir is a very respected man, head of Babri Masjid Action Committee and additional Advocate general.
First Day formalities: One need to submit his photograph, college office recommendation letter and personal details, so that High Court entry pass can be issued.
Infrastructure: its the government Advocate General Chamber. So it was good from inside.
Main Task was attending courts and create a summary of proceeding that were going on.
Sometimes files were given to read and opinion need to be drafted.
Work environment and people
There were 5 people. Sir, 3 Junior advocates under him and a secretary. Work environment was good.
Best Thing was sir explained things very well if anyone has any doubt. he has great in-depth knowledge. Plus whenever he argued, everyone in court applauded him.
Once a judge even stated ” to meet you, we need to get a case in our court”
Bad thing, interns were not given research work.
Respect is earned.
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