The application can be made by sending your CV along with a cover letter on email@example.com
Once they receive your application, they usually reply within a day or two.
The office is very small but since there are not much employees, it works just fine for them. It lies within the boundaries of the house of one the Partners.
They’re very friendly and they look forward to teach you as much as they can.
They have 2 offices, one at Raipur and the other one at Bilaspur. I was working at the Raipur office which is held by one of the partners, Mr. Rishabh Garg and he mainly looks into the matters of Arbitration and everything else that needs to be operated from Raipur.
Like I said earlier, the office is small, so you don’t get to interact with a lot of people at once, but it has its perks too. They let you work on their important matters.
They also make you visit courts and attend Arbitrations.
They are very patient with the interns. They are always ready to teach you and explain you things if ever you get stuck somewhere. They make sure that you are thorough with what you’ve learnt from them.
The work environment is very supportive.
I got to learn drafting of legal documents. They helped me clear my concepts of Arbitration, Contracts and Torts. The internship also helped me brush up my research skills.
So if you really want to start with the basics, this is the place for you.
The timings are flexible.
The people are very supportive.
No work Pressure.
You can Learn a lot.
You might get bored because they wont give you much work.
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