Advocate Murli Manohar Singh (Delhi high court), Delhi.
The application procedure is fairly simple, but one has to apply a minimum two months in advance &mild follow up with telephone is recommended.
You may send your C.V along with a nice cover letter to his E-mail id: [email protected]
You may also contact through mobile no. +919818016311.
Duration of internship and timings
I interned for about four weeks but one can extend depending upon convenience.
Initially I reported to a senior associate,then was assigned court duty for morning hours and evenings would go with follow up work.
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
My first day was no fancy, a typical orientation and introduction about the expectation of the Chamber from interns.
Rules and procedures (working style) were briefly explained to me.
My main task revolved around attending court trials, drafting petty application (court), assisting my senior (associate) with keeping documents, court papers aligned & preparing Case Research and analysis.
Evenings were utilized preparing for the following day.
Sir may ask you to draft a Special Leave Petition or for that matter give you a contract abstraction.
There was plenty to work ranging on different legal spheres.
Work environment and people
A friendly work environment prevailed all the time.
Everyone was treated as a member and never did I feel anyone was rude to me or strict with me.
Sunil Kumar Singh (assistant) is very helpful. You may have tea and coffee at the office.
What could me more rewarding for an intern than to work and learn the nuances of legal horizons, also spending time in court interacting with a variety of interns from all parts of the country was a boon in the learning experience.
The exchange of ideas that takes place is amazing this makes an intern more confident on practical foot hold.