Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID
Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength
Advocate Shiv Sagar Tiwari, Supreme Court of India.
One to two interns at a time.
Application Process with contact details
I got into internship through personal contacts. You can mail your CV to him for attaining an position for an internship.
Duration of internship and timings
22 December 2015 – 15th January 2016
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
We get an introduction with sir. He explains us our work and introduces to the office staff.
Gives a brief detail about the working of the courts and some basic guidelines I have to follow.
Main task was seeing the proceedings. Analyzing both sides in the case and preparing a report about the same.
There were some other works such as proof reading of the drafts. Meeting the clients with some senior and knowing the art of handling a client.
Work environment and people
Work environment was friendly. Sometimes sir himself would would sit with me to discuss my college life and discuss about what I should do in future so as to become a good lawyer.
Best thing about the internship was the guiding hand of sir at every step. Even if I made some mistakes I was taught how to do it correctly instead of being scolded for it.
I went to a vacation bench hence I was not able to attend as much proceedings as I wanted to.
Interning at Supreme Court was the biggest lesson. I learned the importance of being punctual. I knew that being late for even a minute mattered a lot. Working with such qualified lawyers was a pleasure .
I knew that actual lawyers are those who actually work in the court. Not those who join big corporates and do nothing to get a developed judicial system.
Any Other Thing
The courts canteen is quite cheap and it serves one of the best Thali.
Nimbu Pani Sharbat is a must try.
I have my house in Delhi. Lakshmi Nagar is a great place to live with cheap accommodation
Timings were from 10:00am to 2:00pm .
Sometimes the timing got extended if there was enough work load.