I applied after reading about the internship experience on lawctopus and I was also recommended by a friend who already worked with the company.
First day and Infrastructure
It was a great experience, saw court proceedings interacted with many other interns and associates specially Tripurari sir who helped us throughout the day and guided us very seriously.
I would give the infrastructure a 5/5 and it has an amazing and proper working environment.
Research, drafting of legal documents, briefing of cases, studying of bare acts.
I saw court proceedings on a daily basis, practical and theoretical knowledge provided by Tripurari Sir, other associates and interns were interactive and polite, the environment was safe and friendly.
Sir told us about his daily experiences in court and with the clients and in courts, taught us how to deal with clients and situations
The bad thing is only the long working hours of the company we cannot leave without asking for permission, strict environment was also experienced throughout the internship.
I used to travel to the court by self (metro) and from there to the office sometimes Sir helped the interns with the convenience and sometimes I went through the metro.
Exclusive classes provided by Tripurari Sir on various bare acts.
What did we do to chill out?
After the court proceedings while travelling to court we used to take permission for lunch and went outside to eat and then came to office, sometimes we went to defence colony market.
Anything else, lessons learnt etc
It was an experience of a lifetime and taught us a lot of new things would like to come again for the internship and also saw the high court bar council elections which were a great experience in itself.
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?