Internship Experience @ Bar and Bench, Bangalore: Off Beat Legal Journalism Work

Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID

Anonymous

Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Bar and Bench, Bangalore, 4-5 associates

Application Process

I had mailed my application along with my CV to anuj@barandbench.com around two months before the stipulated period of internship.

I got a confirmation within a week.

Duration of internship and timings

One month, July 2014

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10 am to 5 pm, 7 hours roughly

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

I was working under the guidance of Mr. Anuj Agrawal. He briefed me about the kind of tasks I had to deal with.

Medium sized office yet really impressive infrastructure.

Main tasks

Research on Supreme Court judges and their profiles, Wikipedia editing, worked on the Bar and Bench report, publication on the website.

Work environment and people

One needed to adhere to the deadlines and put stress on the quality of work done.

Nice bunch of people, one can learn a lot from them. Co interns were good as well.

Best things

Flexible working hours, friendly people and some off beat legal journalism work.

Bad things

As it was a legal journalism based internship, hence no strict drafting work.

Stipend

Performance based

Biggest Lessons

Quality work is any day better than shabbily done voluminous tasks!

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