Talekar and Associates is a litigation law firm providing exceptional legal service in the High Court of Bombay, Principal Seat and Bench at Aurangabad and the Supreme Court of India since 1983.
Area of Practice
The Firm’s practice areas are myriad and involve Constitutional issues in both Civil and Criminal litigation.
We have a dedicated training program and resources for our interns.
We pride an insanely large collection of books on every thinkable subject as well as the online legal databases aiding to build your research skills from all sides.
The Firm is based only on meritocracy valuing talent and seniority.
Being an extremely workaholic group of individuals, we spend most of the time in the office. In order to keep ourselves sane, we have booked the nearby badminton court and basketball court and try to enjoy a game most days.
Interns would have a good opportunity to interact with the members of the Firm in a informal setting.
Nature of Responsibilities
● Preparing case-notes for every case
● Shadowing Court appearances and taking notes
● Case-law Research
● Drafting Compliance letters, notices etc
● Drafting Index and synopsis for cases
The interns are assigned mentors in the Firm who would personally supervise the work done by their interns. Personal attention is paid to each intern and their productivity and learning.
What we are looking for
● Diligent and hard-working students
● Students having a passion for the law
● Students with an interest in Court-room advocacy
● Good research skills
Kindly send a 250 word essay OR a 2 minute video detailing your interest in the Firm and why you think the Firm should select you to its mentorship program.
*The position has been filled. [Update]
The Firm generally prefers an internship period of 6-8 weeks, however a different period may be worked out if the application is found to be impressive enough.
Apart from the great learning opportunity, we believe in financial autonomy even to students.
The Firm pays a monthly stipend of Rupees 4000 along with accommodation.
A more significant benefit of the internship is that the Firm uses internships as a medium to understand suitability of the students to the office, and a promising intern is certain to be offered an employment opportunity and we would be delighted to see you as a part of our family in the future!
Even if the internship does not translate into a PPO, you would still leave with a long-term relationship with an established litigation firm.
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