Internship Experience at Advocate M R Shamshad, AOR, Delhi: Bankruptcy Code, Company, IPR & Constitutional Laws Research and Drafting Work

Full name of the Lawyer, City and State

Chamber of Advocate M.R. Shamshad, AOR, Supreme Court of India, Delhi

About the Lawyer

Advocate M. R. Shamshad Sir is a New Delhi based practicing lawyer in the Supreme Court of India as well as various High Courts in India. His area of practice is in the following fields of law:

  • Litigation in Original, Appellate, Writ Jurisdictions
  • Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
  • Constitutional and General Civil Laws
  • Matrimonial and Personal Laws

He is enrolled with the Delhi Bar Council and is an Advocate-on-Record, Supreme Court of India, with a standing of nearly two decades at the Bar. He is assisted by two Associate Lawyers Advocate Aditya Samaddar Sir and Adv. Sara Haque Ma’am at present.

The Chamber represents one of the parties in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case which is centred around a controversial piece of land in the Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh.

Student Name, College and Year of Study

Anonymous

Join Lawctopus Law School, the law school you always wanted, online! Check courses.lawctopus.com

Duration

22nd July 2019 to 21st September 2019

Application Process

You may send a mail with your CV and a cover letter mentioning your area of interest and duration of the internship.

They are prompt in replying and you may receive a reply within 7-8 days. I had applied in the month of April for an internship in the month of July. Do follow up by sending a reminder.

First Day Formalities Initial Impressions

This is my second internship in this office, on the first day I just asked for my work from an associate. Thereafter, I was made to sit with other interns, with whom I spent most of the time during the course of my internship.

Main Tasks

Main tasks included mostly the research work and drafting pertaining to Ramjanambhoomi/Babri Masjid Case, insolvency and bankruptcy code, Company Law, Intellectual Property Rights, Constitutional Law, etc. One has to approach the associates to get work.

Every intern is supposed to submit their research work through electronic means, i.e., via e-mail. Apart from the research and drafting work, interns also attended the hearings in High Court as well as in the Supreme Court.

Good Things

The work environment is really positive and makes the interns feel good about coming to work. The staff is nice and kind and Shamshad Sir and associates are very humble and friendly.

The associates are always ready and willing to help interns in their work. They also sometimes have fun with interns and tend to make the atmosphere light, yet healthy.

The best thing about this internship is that Shamshad Sir also offered lunch many times to associates and interns.

Bad Things

There are no bad things as such.

Stipend

No stipend.

Accommodation and Commuting

The office is at walking distance from Jangpura Metro Station and Bhogal Bus Stand

Other Info

Showing that you are passionate about the work, will make a lasting impression that could benefit you in the future when it comes to asking for a reference.

Internships can be a lot of fun, so relax, get to know the new people around you and enjoy yourself! Overall I found Shamshad Sir is a noble person with a kind heart.

Disclaimer: Internship experiences are opinions shared by individual law students and tend to be personal and subjective in nature. The internship experiences shared on Lawctopus are NOT Lawctopus official views on the internship.

Get Lawctopus in Your Email.

Join 58,000+ young lawyers!

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published.