Name and College: Namrata Raj of Symbiosis Law School, Noida.
Year of Study: 3rd year learner
Name of the Recruiter: Advocate Renu Gupta, Independent Practitioner.
Address of the Office: D-327, Basement, Defence Colony, New Delhi – 110024.
Duration of the internship: 4 weeks (Winter Internship). The office is open 6 days in a week. Saturday is the day off and the office remains open on Sundays. The office timings for me were 10:00 am to 7:30 pm.
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Office environment: The office is very spacious and has a very welcoming and comfortable work environment.
Tea and coffee are readily available to keep you going through the day.
There is a library where one may find all the reading material required during the term of the internship. You also get access to legal databases for conducting online researches.
Accommodation: I reside in Noida and so I did not need any accommodation.
Main tasks: My main task was research, drafting and making judgement notes. I was asked to make List of dates of cases which were listed the next day.
During this internship, I have drafted a Complaint, Reply and Regular First Appeals.
As Ma’am mainly deals in consumer cases and arbitration, I would accompany her to the National Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum and also for Arbitration. I was given the relevant case file for reading a day before, so I was able to follow the hearing.
Stipend/month: Rs. 7500/-
Personal Experience: There is a lot I got to learn. One can never get bored. I even interned a second time.
The office environment is strict and professional but it is easy to blend in.
The best part is that whenever you think you need a coffee or tea to keep going, all you need to do is ask. It will be served to you, before you know. It was a great learning experience.
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