I applied for internship here via Internshala. There you need to fill an application followed by submission of your CV. In the event, if your application gets selected you will get a confirmation e-mail.
One can also directly apply by sending your CV to info[at]ligamine.in and if your application gets selected then you will have a confirmation e-mail in your Inbox.
First day formalities, infrastructure and first impression
There are no such formalities but they just expect us to abide by the time slots i.e. 10 AM – 6 PM or 12 AM – 8 PM and to be in dress code i.e. white shirt and black trousers.
The interiors are really fantastic and makes one feel from within to work here. Here when one enters can see well-furnished lobby and reception. Thereafter in front is the office of Founding Partner of Ligamine Solicitors & Consultants, Advocate Himanshu Raj.
Furthermore, there is a separate working place for interns, a conference room and a well-maintained library. Many modern types of equipment are also available here that makes work easier.
My first experience here was that it is a workplace with a pleasant environment and got to know that if one works here with full of his sincerity and enthusiasm then can learn a lot.
This firm mainly deals with the issues of Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), Copyrights, Patents and Trade Marks.
Works those were assigned to me:
To research on “Recent Amendments in Adoption Procedure”.
To research on “Copyrights and some notions regarding it”.
To research on “Defamation and Role of Media” and to give a presentation on the same.
To prepare a research paper on “Unfair Trade Practices” in contention to CCI and Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
To prepare a research paper on “Securities and Exchange Board of India”.
To prepare a research paper on “Real Estate Regulatory Authority”.
The whole team of associates working here are highly experienced and helpful in nature.
It is not at all bound for the interns to work on the topics assigned to them; rather it is left on their choice to select a topic of their own interest.
There were none.
Yes, it’s a plus point here that stipends are also given to the interns, but are given as per the quality and way of presentation of the work being done i.e. stipends is performance based.
Accommodation and Commuting to the office
In Sector 10 and Sector 22 there are many PG’s. Chandigarh has goof services of OLA and UBER is available which makes commuting to the office easier.
Anything else, what you did to chill out, lessons learned, etc.
I got to learn a lot about RERA, SEBI, Copyrights, Patents and Trade Marks.
From this internship, I developed my vocabulary and speaking skills.
It made me learn better drafting tactics that would obviously be beneficial for my future endeavours.
Near Sector 10 there are lots of restaurants and places like Sukhna Lake to chill out on weekends.
Thence would like to euphorically and ecstatically rate it as a “Highly Recommended” place to pursue an internship.
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.
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?