Internship Experience at Hon’ble Justice K. Natarajan, Bangalore: Motor Vehicles Act, Matrimonial Disputes, Custody, Partition Disputes Research and Drafting Work {S}

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Name of the Student, College and Year of Study

Manju Shri V, IFIM Law College,4th year, VII semester BBA-LLB

Name of the organization where you interned and its full address

Hon’ble. Justice K. Natarajan, High Court of Karnataka, Bangalore

Duration of internship

11th July to 1st August.

How did you Apply?

The Internship Committee has sent a letter to the Registrar of Karnataka.

First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression

The first day was awesome, the officers in the chamber were really friendly. The first day itself I was given to review the judgment and also to observe the court proceedings.

Main Tasks

I used to review judgments, read through a lot of case laws relating to Motor Vehicles Act, Matrimonial Disputes, Custody, Partition Disputes, Section. 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act, POCSO Cases. Also, to make a summary of the judgments.

Good Things

I learnt to review judgments, summarize judgments.

Bad Things

Nothing

Stipend

No stipend was given.

Accommodation, commuting to the office

There is a lot of PG’s near the High Court and also, I commute through Metro.

Anything else, what you did to chill out and lessons learnt

Awesome environment, friendly officers. Lot of new things to be learnt.

Editors note: Internship experiences marked with {S} are shorter than we usually publish but still contain enough useful information to be published.

 

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