First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
On the very first day I met with the Senior Registrar, High Court and there I was asked to write an application addressing my Lordship stating my interest to intern under him for a period of one month.
Then that application was taken to my Lordship for his consent and he readily gave his consent. After that I was asked to write another application which was for the issuance of Gate Pass for the entry to the High Court.
I usually read the case files and was eve asked my Lordship to prepare case briefs. I even attended court sessions where my lordship delivered judgments.
Besides, I did some office work which was asked by the PS of my Lordship. My Lordship even asked me to read Supreme Court Cases and note down the important points.
Work environment and people
The chamber of my Lordship consisted of his PS, PA and a Law Clerk Trainee.
All the staff members were very helpful and cleared every doubt I had. I just did not feel nervous at any time while talking to them.
The best thing was of course getting an opportunity to intern under such a great personality.
One always wonders how the chamber of a judge looks like, what all people sit there and how is the work carried out, I got to see them all and I’m grateful to my Lordship in every single way for giving me an opportunity to witness this.
The bad thing there was not enough work to do and I usually sat idle.
Becoming a great personality is not an overnight task, one needs to work like a slave to achieve that position.
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