Name of Organisation, Location, City
Advocate PS Khuranna and additional advocate general Amarjit Kaur Khuranna, High Court Internship, Chandigarh.
Duration of internship and timings
July 1, 2016 to July 31, 2016
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
Friendly environment, no worries about being too formal. On the first day you go to the court and just try to watch the proceedings and observe as much as possible.
You go to the office in the evening and there you get to learn drafting skills and others related skills for being a good lawyer.
Readings case files and understanding how the file has been drafted.
Filling consumer complaints
Filling writ petitions
Studying various statues and their commentaries
Work environment and people
The associates were really good and friendly. Both sir and ma’am are extremely helpful and will guide you all throughout your internship.
Also the work conditions are great, you can sit quietly and do your work on your own desk and chair. The office has an AC, coffee maker and a library to top it all off.
Work environment was spectacular you will get to see how a professional lawyer works. How he deals with the judges and what kind of work and clients he deals with.
You won’t get food in the PG and you can accommodate for the food nearby but nevertheless many times you have to eat outside which can be a bit too much on the pocket.
No stipend was given
The biggest lesson was to see how a professional works with integrity and dedication the share volume of workload and hours put in may be countless but it all doesn’t matter if one loves what his job.
It’s not just a matter of money making, it’s about you trying to be the best version of yourself and to try to the best of your abilities to represent your client in the court of law.
Any Other Thing
There is a Verka shop and a dhaba near office, so you can get cheap and healthy food from there.
The address is #461, sector 15a.
The timings were good they weren’t too strict about it but it a better to maintain a discipline and keep to the timings.
In the morning 9:30am to 3:00pm court. Then 5pm to 8pm office
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