They have a small team of 6-8 advocates spanning from Delhi to Chandigarh to Mumbai representing their clients in District to Appellate Court.
You can send your resume regarding the same to Mrs. Panchajanya Batra at email@example.com.
Duration of internship and timings
1st July 2013- 31st July 2013
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
The associates in the firm are very workaholic during the official hours. It goes without saying, you need to be formally dressed up (black & white).
When I first entered in their Saket District Court Chambers, I was attended by their junior associate. On the first day you will be taken to Court Rooms as per their scheduled cases and you might be introduced to other fellow associates.
Since I had just finished my first year, I wasn’t aware of much of the legal work hence I was primarily sufficed to research work and proof reading.
Gradually, they lend you with some minor drafting task which is again proof read and corrected by seniors.
Work environment and people
Perfect place to learn for first-second year pass outs. As you aren’t aware of much of law hence you need to grasp the whereabouts of it first and this is what precisely you learn here.
Young and enthusiast people with perfect sense of humor.
Less number of people in the firm.
I wasn’t there to mark out their drawbacks hence things were perfect for me.
Never hesitate in asking even your minutest doubts.
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