Internship Experience at Singhvi & Co, Jodhpur: Researching, Briefing Cases, and Legal Drafting

Name, College, Year of study of the Student Intern

Raksha Bhandari, Institute of Law, Nirma University, Third year

Name of the Organisation Where you Interned and its Full Address

Singhvi & Co.

17E/402, Sector 17E, Chopasni Housing Board, Jodhpur, Rajasthan (342008)

Duration of the Internship

December 2, 2020- January 1, 2021

How Did you Apply?

I applied at the firm by sending my CV along with my cover letter at intern[at]singhvilaw.in.

First Day Formalities, Infrastructure, First Impression

On the first day of my internship, I was asked to bring along my CV and a Statement of Purpose with me by the Senior Associate of the firm. The Founder and Head of the firm, Mr. Mohit Singhvi has strong work ethics and makes sure on the very first day of the internship that the interns adhere to the same during the course of their internships.

Main Tasks

The main tasks given to me during my internship period were researching, briefing the cases and drafting legal notices. I mostly dealt with civil laws, the Company Law and arbitration laws during my internship. Interns are usually asked to give a presentation on a given topic during the last week of their internships.

Work Environment

There is less competition and more team work at the firm. Every intern is directed and expected to work flawlessly; however, he/ she is also guided and motivated to perform better every time. The Head of the firm takes out time to talk to the interns about their experience at the firm and also gives his valuable insight about the professional world.

Good Things

  • Everyone at the firm works diligently and values time.
  • The Head of the firm understands and recognizes the professional worth of every intern.
  • Interns are guided instead of being reprimanded, if they fail to understand certain things and are also appreciated for their hard work.
  • The firm deals in diverse areas of laws. It also works with perfection and expects the interns to do the same; hence, providing them with the requisite exposure to leverage and enhance their skills.

Bad things

None.

Stipend (If any)

Stipend is certainly provided; however, the same may vary as per the intern’s performance. I received Rs. 2,000 for my input and learning.

Accommodation, commuting to office

I am a resident of Jodhpur itself; therefore, I am unaware as to how outsiders can accommodate themselves.

 

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