4 Weeks, Every intern is supposed to go court during 10 A.M. – 5 P.M. and after you have to go office during 7 – 9 P.M.
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
On reaching office on the first day I was assigned task by Rastogi sir’s son (who is also a very good lawyer) and asked to choose topic for project. He told me how my internship will proceed, which includes making case note to research work.
Office was newly constructed with all others facilities and a very good cabin for interns which provide you privacy as well as freedom to work.
Every intern working there is supposed to make a project on any legal point/law selected by you or it might be allotted to you by them. Apart from that a intern is supposed to make case notes of the files, work on research queries and find case laws.
Attending High court makes you understand how to frame your arguments in front of judged and to understand their mindset.
Work environment and people
Every person out their is every cooperative and inspiring. Their is no direct pressure of work and they provide you very friendly environment.
You are allowed to work on your projects during office hours. When you are attending courts, associates take you with them in their respective courtrooms and make you understand the case on which they are arguing.
Like any other law office coffee machine is the most important thing which every intern would be looking for and sometimes treats on weekends also make you relaxed. They provide you very good opportunity to learn legal drafting and are very renowned in dealing with service matters.
Sometimes it is very difficult to directly contact to Rastogi sir and most of the time you are supposed to work under their juniors and if you are looking for a completely research based internship than this might not be your cup of tea.
Because of regularly working on cases related to service matters gives you a very good understanding of this particular field.
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