I emailed my CV at intern[at]singhvilaw.in 2 months prior to the preferred duration of my internship and received a confirmation mail without the hectic and annoying follow up procedure.
First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression
I was asked in my confirmation mail to report to the office at 7 PM since the office runs in the evening. I was asked to submit a copy of my updated CV and Statement of Purpose on the day of joining.
The office is located in a residential area and is on second floor of the residence of head of the firm Mr. Mohit Singhvi. The office and the associates including the head of the firm are very welcoming and lets you get comfortable until they assign you the work.
Being a litigation firm, you get a lot to research on varied topics including Corporate Laws, Civil Laws, IPR, ADR. Drafting includes legal notices, writ petitions which they review of course till perfection.
At Singhvi & Co, they take the time to teach you and appreciate the Hard Work put in everything beginning from filing a suit to getting the certified copy of the judgements. From drafting a petition to preparing the briefs of the cases. You need to report to a senior associate who assigns and reviews your work. The ambience and the environment of the office is really good and work culture is spectacular.
No bad things in particular.
Yes, depending on the amount and quality of work. I got Rs. 3000/-.
Accommodation, commuting to office
I am a resident of jodhpur so I did not face accommodation problem, otherwise there are many PGs available near ChopasnI Housing Board.
Anything else, what you did to chill out, lessons learnt etc
The office environment is in itself so chilled out that you don’t really need any break.
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