I applied through the Corporate Affairs of Outreach and Placement Committee of IFIM Law School
First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression
The first day was all about formal introduction where she introduced me to the basic working timings, and courts where I need to work during the entire month.
During my internship, I attended cases at Consumer Court, State Commission, Civil Court, NCLT, Family Court, Magistrate Court, DC Office and Sub-registrar Office.
I also attended cases under the Commercial Court Act and Court annexed mediations at Bangalore Mediation Centre along with attorney. I also assisted Ma’am, in filing cases and drafting them. In the end, I submitted a research work on cases I have dealt with during the internship period, which gave me an insight of all the referred cases as well as the arguments for the same.
Work Timings were quite flexible.
The research paper I submitted gave an insight of all the laws related to the cases.
Ma’am is too friendly in nature, so the problem of hesitation for asking any query never existed.
She will make an individual learn the basic procedure of approaching any case.
Nothing as such.
Accommodation, commuting to office
I lived in a PG near New Bel Road which gave me a lot of convenience for travelling on a daily basis. Anything else, what you did to chill out, lessons learnt etc.
Overall the experience was really nice. I would recommend people to go over there who actually want to learn something during their early phase of internship.
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