Internship Experience @ AequitasJuris Law Firm, Hyderabad: Drafting, Research & Court Visits

Name of the Organisation, Location

AequitasJuris Law Firm, Hyderabad located at 6-3-883/5, Venkat Plaza, 6th Floor, Punjagutta, Hyderabad, Telangana.

Name of the College

Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Application Process

One can apply around 1 month in advance for the internship at Email: [email protected] or can call directly on 09908533361.

Duration of Internship, Timings

One month from 14th November 2018 to 14th December 2018;
10:30 to 5:30 are court timing and Office timings are from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm which can be extended if any work is allotted.

First Impression, First Day Formalities

On the first day, sir asked me some questions relating to civil procedure code and also explained me as to how a civil matter is presented in a civil court. I was also told about the different practice areas of the firm.

Further Mr. Muddu Vijai (Senior Advocate) and Mr. Ramakant Reddy (Senior Advocate) explained about the kind of work that the firm does. They also explained how matters are handled in the flow of a hierarchy and dealt with at each level of the company.

Main Tasks

Mainly we interns have to do all the tasks which an advocate does except for appearing before the judge. We have to work a lot like drafting documents,  pleadings, appeals, writs etc, researching on the present cases, going to courts and other things. This is a core litigation firm which handles various cases both civil and criminal.

Office Work Environment and People

The work environment is very good and the associates are very co-operative and cool. Most of them are very young. Even the top advocates will assist you in all the related works.

Best Things

Co-operative nature of mentors.
Flexible Timings.
Direct interaction with learned associates.
Friendly work environment.
Interesting work assignments

Bad Things

There is no bad thing per se.

Stipend

No stipend but the internship experience for me is really a great one.

Biggest Lesson

In the profession of law just the knowledge of books is not enough, but the wisdom of utilizing the law in a correct manner to substantiate our clients’ case matters. Not only researching, but discussing the legal questions pertaining to the case in hand can really make your arguments stronger and will ultimately boost your confidence in the court.

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