First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression
Like there’s this saying “first impression is the last impression”, here I guess the same applies to some extent. Though you may change your perspective about the firm once you’ve started familiarizing with the people working there.
Infrastructure is quite good, very well maintained, attached is the building of Mr. & Mrs. Jai Prakash Rao. It’s a three-storey building, the ground floor is the reception and two-room of Mr. & Mrs. Jai Prakash Rao respectively, the first floor is the cabins of other advocates there, and same is the second floor.
If you want to learn something you must intern there for at least a month!! One can learn the basics of the law, gradually reading of the cases, giving your critical analysis, filing suits for divorce, sale deed, etc. You’ll get to learn a lot here.
Treated me as one of their own. Each and every person there is amazing.
NOTHING, I repeat nothing is bad here. That will not happen anywhere else.
NO (learning for me was the Stipend)
Anything else, what you did to chill out, lessons learnt etc
What i learnt here is that one should find humour in everything he/she does.
Never lose hope in life.
BE HUMBLE, no matter how successful you become, never forget your base or where you come from. This I’ve learnt from Mr. Jai Prakash Rao sir. Once you meet him you’ll get to know what life actually is and how a man should live his life in a true sense.
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I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?