Name of the organisation where you interned and its full address
Royzz and Co., Andheri (E), Mumbai
Duration of internship
2nd December 2019 – 31st December 2019 (4 weeks)
How did you apply?
I sent my Cover Letter along with my C.V. to accounts[at]royzz.com.
First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression
On the first day, I was introduced to the members of different teams of the firm. People are extremely humble and they are very easy to gel with. The Managing Partner has an interaction with every intern on the first day and tries to know their areas of interest.
The firm has a very nicely decorated office and a very friendly environment. Everyone is up for helping you with any doubt and for as many times as you have it.
Royzz and Co. is an IPR firm, so I was given a variety of work pertaining to Trademarks and Copyrights. The interesting fact is that the work of interns are taken very seriously, so it’s better that you don’t take any assignment or task lightly. I got to work on a number of copyright and trademark infringement cases and also researched different aspects of Patent Laws.
The quality of work is quite good as the interns are made to work at the same level as the associates of the firm. It is a great place to learn and grow. If someone is interested in IPR law, this is the right place to intern at. People here are very considerate and wouldn’t expect you to know everything already. In fact, they will patiently tell you all that you need to know without getting irritated even for once.
There are a lot of good things about the Firm. Starting with the work environment which is quite peaceful and the quality of work is also great. The best thing about the office is that people take your work seriously and they keep giving you such tasks which are actually helpful in the enhancement of your knowledge and skills and are not limited to clerical work as is seen in most law firms.
You get in contact with the nitty-gritty of the IPR laws in practice and also have a better understanding of the law by the time your internship gets over.
I personally don’t have any complaints, but if at all I have to pick one bad thing that would be the late-night working hours. But again, the work given to me was so interesting I didn’t mind staying back even a bit. Also, people here make sure that
nobody stays in the office unless it’s absolutely needed.
Accommodation, commuting to the office
Accommodation in Bombay is quite expensive and the commute is also a struggle in itself. I was staying in Marine lines which is quite far from the office that is in Andheri. So, I’d recommend you to find a PG near the office in Andheri only.
I used to travel in Local train and then take a bus from Andheri station to the office which would take me an hour to reach the Office.
Anything else, what you did to chill out, lessons learnt etc
The place is surrounded by food stalls and Restaurants. So food is not a problem. Among other things, I learnt that people here really value those who work hard and are ready to learn. It was a very nice experience for me.
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