Ashwani Kumar Dubey, Advocate-on-Record, Supreme Court of India, Delhi
Duration of internship
9th December 2017 to 9th January 2018.
How you applied?
I personally knew sir through a common contact.
First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression
Good working environment. The day starts with a pooja where every person in the office has to be present. The employees and interns are treated like family.
Assistance in preparation of LODs, Synopsis, Petitions, Translations, and Drafting of matters. Intense research work on civil and criminal litigation cases.
There is a lot of positivity in the office. Good working environment. The day starts with a pooja where every person in the office has to be present.
The employees and interns are treated like family. The work of each intern is appreciated. I personally learnt a lot under the guidance of Ashwani Sir.
The only thing I regret about is that half of my internship went through the winter vacation of courts. There was work, but I felt I could have learnt more under the guidance of sir if interned during working days.
Accommodation, commuting to the office
For me, commuting was not an issue as the office from my home was walking distance.
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