Internship Experience at Advocate Manu Sreenath, Bengaluru: Legal Research and Drafting Work {S}

Full name of the Lawyer, City and State

Advocate Manu Sreenath, Bengaluru, Karnataka

Student Name, College and Year of Study



01st July 2019 to 31st July 2019

Application Process

We interned under Advocate Manu Sreenath. We reached there by bus. Our one of the seniors recommended us that place.
After reaching there, we had to show the application from our principal to sir. Then he took us to the High Court and made us understand the different court halls there.

First Day Formalities Initial Impressions

The first day was wonderful. There were so many people working under that firm. We were so overwhelmed and content right from the first day itself.

We were given different files to research upon. They conducted a quiz for us, which was very informative. We could learn the Information Act and Education Act. which was so much interesting to study. We enjoyed each and every moment spent there. We could leave at 5 pm.

Main Tasks

The main task was to research different topics given to us. We could prepare more on each and every task assigned to us, which was very wonderful indeed.

Good Things

There aren’t many goods things as such to point out. But one of the good thing that i noticed was they provided us with a huge learning platform, which was indeed very useful in our daily life.

Bad Things

No bad things to point out. Everything was perfectly fine.


No Stipend

Accommodation Commute

Nearby in a hostel which charged us with Rupees 200 per day.

Other Info

We could explore Kochi a lot which was the best part of the internship.

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