Internship Experience @ SDSA Lawyers, Jaipur: Drafting & Research Work


Name of Organisation, Location, Team Strength

SDSA Lawyers, by Mr. Rajendra Prasad Maheshwari (Addl. Advocate General), Jaipur, 7


203, Sunny Paradise, Near Gopalpura Flyover,

Tonk Road, Jaipur-302016

Application Process

You can either call them or visit the office.

Normally, they take interns throughout the year.

I joined it because my uncle suggested me to work under Mr. Maheshwari.


To visit the website, click HERE.

Duration of internship and timings

1 month from 31st January to 1st March.

Monday to Friday:

10 a.m. – 1.30 p.m. – Have to go to the High Court.

3 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Office work. (being a girl, I was allowed to leave at 8 p.m.).

Saturday and Sunday: 11.30 p.m. – 4 p.m. (Can ask for a off on Sunday, but you get to interact maximum on Sunday only).

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

Infrastructure wise, the office is really nice.

On the very first day, you will be assigned a particular associate, whom you can contact when ever you want to, in case of any difficulty.

There were no first day formalities as such.

Main tasks

Being a first year, I was asked to read the case files, which were supposed to be argued on the next day and then attend the hearing on the next day.

I was also supposed to submit a summary of the plaints which I was reading.

The fourth year students were given drafting and researching work.

Work environment and people

Everyone was really helpful.

You can approach anyone if you have any problem.

Work environment was really nice.

When you get to see a Income Tax case of crores being filed in your presence, you will obviously get fascinated towards the profession.

Mr. Maheshwari is considered to be the best civil lawyer in Jaipur High Court.

Best things

As already mentioned, everyone was helpful.

You can drink as many cups of coffee, green tea and soup you want.

The best thing, you can take small breaks and go to “Kanha”, “Falahar”, etc for good food.

Bad things

I was not given much of work, possibly because I was in my first year.

But, I learned a lot from the fourth and fifth year interns, as they were given substantial amount of work.

So, If you want work, you will have to approach them personally and ask for work.


No Stipend.

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