You have to mail your CV coupled with an internship application at raavibirbal[at]gmail.com.
First Day Formalities Initial Impressions
On the first day, I was called at 5:30 in the evening. I had an introduction with Raj Sir and Ravi Ma’am. Raavi Ma’am got me acquainted with the working culture of the office.
There was no such first-day formality and it was relieving for me to know that the interns can come to the office in casuals as well.
Infrastructure was really good with separate cabins and computers for interns. Although it is advisable to bring your own laptop. They also had a well-equipped library which proved to be helpful in doing research.
Interns were allocated various tasks such as research works, editing petitions, typing related works, filing of cases, visiting High Court and other courts as well, taking adjournments, etc.
We also got the opportunity to attend conferences with various corporate clients. Work was regularly allotted and there was not much free time which helped me a lot in gaining practical knowledge.
The work environment was pretty chilled out. Both Sir and Ma’am were always there to help us. They were very patient, especially with the interns.
Everyone in the office was very friendly and it was fun working with them.
No bad things
No stipend provided
Although I stayed in NOIDA and used to commute via Metro one can find good PGs in Lajpat Nagar or other nearby areas. The office is not very far from the south extension metro station and is only five minutes walking distance from there.
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