I applied via email to the firm: admin[at]royzz.com.
Duration of Internship
3rd February 2020 to 28th February 2020 for a period of four weeks.
Timings: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Only Second Saturday is off, on other Saturdays, it’s 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
The office is near Chakala metro station and is accessible via auto-rickshaw.
First impression and first-day formalities
On the first day, you’ll be introduced to everyone at the office and Mahua Ma’am (The Managing Partner) will have a short introduction session. The interns are required to sign a Non- Disclosure form.
Interns are given access to e-mail and work is assigned via e-mail. It is an IPR firm and has plenty of work, you will never be without work. I got to work with the Trademark team the most which included drafting, researching and due diligence.
I mostly did a lot of drafting and research work in trademarks. I was also assigned work by the other team associate as well. I also assisted Mahua Ma’am (the Principle Partner) with a trademark case. She is very encouraging.
I loved the work environment. The associates are very helpful and guide well when in doubt. We had a good interactive session about the work assigned. The best part was a healthy conversation over lunch.
Places to eat and chill
The office is in a prime location and has a lot of eateries nearby. Also, if you want to hog on street food, there are plenty near the office building.
The base stipend is Rs. 7,500/-.
I live in Mumbai, so didn’t have to look for a place to stay. Otherwise, there are plenty of PGs or you can live in Zostel for a month-long internship.
It helped me enhance my researching skill. One of the best thing about the firm is the work culture and encouraging to go for work every day. Mahua Ma’am personally keeps on interacting with the interns and keep on encouraging them with compliments.
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