First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
It’s in the 1st floor of The Estate, a multi-storied building with many other corporate offices. The office was spacious, with a good infrastructure & a very good library.
I had reached early & had to wait a little till the associates arrived. After that, the receptionist ma’am introduced me to all the associates & partners.
Within a few minutes, the other interns arrived, we made ourselves comfortable & they shared some assignments with me.
Hardcore research. Mostly assigned from the litigation team, though corporate & real estate team very rarely needed the help from the interns.
After being told our case at hand, we had to find the case laws- pull out the relevant paras, compile them all & send to the associates. At time, we were also taken for court visits, when the associates needed our help.
Work environment and people
Professionalism was in the air. Most of the associates were friendly. Partners kept their distance.
I personally like it- there’s a huge amount of work at the firm. The ones who want to improve on their research skills, will find plenty of opportunity.
The office atmosphere was pretty serious which made it mundane at times to work.
One has to work very very veryyy hard in the internship to get a job secured at the firm.
For personal reasons, I had to stay in a PG near the Hosur Rd. Relatively far & not recommendable.
At times it got delayed, when I got the awful experience of the B’lore traffic!
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