Shreya Sharma, University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIPU, main campus, Dwarka, New Delhi.
Year of Study: III Year BA LLB
Organisation and Address:
Resolver, Golf Course Road, Gurugram, NCR Delhi, India.
Duration of Internship:
2nd June 2019- 30th June 2019 (one month)
How I applied?
I saw the Internship Opportunity post on Lawctopus and thereafter e-mailed ‘Expression of Interest’ along with my resume to the Content head of Resolver.
Details of which you can find on their official website. I was asked to submit an Original Article of about 700 words on the Assigned topic for their perusal. Upon the selection of the article, I was interviewed over a call.
On the basis of the work done.
First day at Resolver:
I reached early at the office and was welcomed by the helper Mr. Meghlal Das. He was a gem of a person and took care of us throughout the internship. I was intrigued by the infrastructure, there was sufficient space for the interns to work.
Subsequently, I reported to the content head Ms. Simran Bhullar who briefed me and my co-intern about our daily tasks and how we are expected to go about it.
People working seemed very friendly and they helped us with even the smallest of things. The affable CEO and COO helped create a happy and positive working environment.
I was assigned Legal Research work and Static Content Writing for the website.
Each day I had to prepare a rights guide on one or two allocated topics, covering different Sectors viz Travel and Tourism, Retail, Telecom, Internet and Finance. Furthermore, I wrote Consumer news Articles for the website.
The Icing On The Cake:
The highlight for me was being able to learn new things and write about them each day. I learnt the Grievance Redressal
Mechanism of different sectors and found out the suitable solutions for various consumer-related issues.
I always enjoyed writing and this position helped me adapt to a new tone of writing.
Just observing the everyday events has taught me more about teamwork, and how people can come together to get things done.
Lastly, this internship was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.
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.
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