Harshita Tomar (4th Year), Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
Name of the Advocate
Advocate Renu Gupta, Independent Practitioner
D-327, Basement, Defence Colony, New Delhi – 110024.
The mode of application is simple. One can either apply by sending a mail at [email protected] with a resume attached. One can also apply by sending a mail to the Office Address i.e. [email protected].
Ma’am will revert back within a week or so, if she shortlists any application. However, it is advised not to send CVs just like that. If you do the same, your application will surely be trashed! First, see if you really want to intern here. Then, apply with CV and cover letter.
Duration of Internship
4 Weeks (May 2018). The office remains opens 6 days a week. However, there is an off on Saturday and a working Sunday. *sobs*
The office is very spacious and well lit. Ma’am has a well maintained library with all the updated journals and books. There are some non-fiction books too which I used to study in my free time.
Ma’am basically deals with Arbitration matters and Consumer cases. If you perform all the tasks well you get to go with Ma’am to many courts and tribunals. Her work is quite versatile in nature. You need to be particular about the tasks allotted. She is quite specific and likes her work to be done properly.
I was given a research tasks relating to judgments on a writ petition, drafting replies to consumer complaints and appeals and prepare notes for Arbitration proceedings. I learnt a lot from her as she has got an appealing personality. She is an independent women practitioner and manages everything so well. I admired her work and would suggest to at least plan an internship with her if you want to pursue in litigation.
Depends on the work (Trust me, she pays a handsome amount if you work well)
No negatives about the internship. I personally would recommend this internship. The only thing is be ready to get criticisms because that’s how you’ll learn!
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