Internship Experience @ Panasia Advocates & Consultants, Hyderabad: Research Work on Constitution and Mining Laws

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Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Panasia Advocates & Consultants, Hyderabad, 2 interns

Application Process with contact details

The internship at Panasia was ideally an opportunity for me to work with Senior Advocate of the AP & Telangana High Court, Mr. Srinivas Sivaraju.

I applied by dropping an email with my CV and cover letter into his inbox at

He responded within 2 days and after a brief telephonic conversation I was given the internship.

Duration of Internship and timings

June 1, 2015 – July 5, 2015

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

At Panasia I was given my own desk and PC on the first day and had an interactive session with Srinivas Sir where he asked me what I wished to gain at the end of my internship.

The office is a small space in Banjara Hills right at the heart of the city and although it is small, it had a whole range of books I could access.

Main tasks

Worked under Senior Advocate Srinivas Sivaraju, partner at Panasia Advocates & Consultants.

Prepared a legal brief on the genesis of the reservation system in India besides assisting with legal research on a bevy of areas like Constitutional Law, Mining Law, etc., and assisted in the drafting of a Terms of Use contract for the C2C e-commerce client SabRentKaro.

Also regularly paid visits to the High Court of Andhra Pradesh & Telangana and observed court proceedings.

Work environment and people

The work environment at Panasia was slightly dull due to the shortage of interns but the best part was I had my own desk and PC assigned to me.

The work timings were from morning 10 to afternoon 2 and again evening 5 to 8. This got tiring sometimes, travelling back and forth.

Best things

At Panasia a few of the perks were:

– I had access to an extensive set of books and legal resources

– I worked personally with Srinivas Sir, the Senior Advocate, and at the end of almost each day he would discuss my work with me giving me constructive feedback and life lessons

– He would on certain days let me sit in on client meetings as well

Bad things




Biggest Lessons

Panasia, being my first internship, I realised I enjoyed doing office related work more than doing rounds of the court. So I guess litigation isn’t my piece of cake.

I also learnt quiet a bit about the law profession from my interactions with Srinivas Sir.

However being a fledgling law student I frankly didn’t get to fully grasp my work or take it seriously and as a result I didn’t gain much from this internship.


Stayed at home.

Office Timings

The timings at Panasia were from 10 AM to 2 PM and then again from 5 PM to 8 PM from Monday to Saturday.

It was fairly relaxed and we were allowed a leave every two weeks.

Disclaimer: Internship experiences are opinions shared by individual law students and tend to be personal and subjective in nature. The internship experiences shared on Lawctopus are NOT Lawctopus official views on the internship.

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