Name, College, Year of Study
Prince Wadhwa, 4th Year, B.A. LLB (Hons.)
Fairfield Institute of management and Technology affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi
Name of Organization, Location, Team Strength
Chamber of Mr. K.T.S Tulsi, Sr. Advocate,Supreme Court of India
Bunglow No.3, Moti Lal Nehru Marg, New Delhi
4th August, 2015 to 18th August,2015
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I live in Delhi. So, I stayed at home. I do not have any idea about PG accommodation.
First impression. First day, formalities etc.
I was so excited to work as an intern under the chamber of Tulsi Sir.
As soon as I was introduced with the other interns and associates, I got to work on a task given to one of the intern. We jointly worked on it. He was from Amity Noida.
There were no formalities.
Interns were required to assists associates in different cases. Sometime, Tulsi sir himself assigned task to the interns.
Usually, we made case research from SCC Online, Manupatra etc.
Interns are also required to report to the Supreme/High/District Court as per the cause list allotted.
Interns attend the conferences with the client as well.
We were engaged in drafting, preparing notes on cases, preparing briefs on various current issues of national importance.
Work environment, people
All the associates were good except few.
Work environment was good.
Interns were expected to work and not to sit idle.
If there were no works, we were directed to do clerical work as well.
Best thing for me was sharing the table while lunch. Sir, used to have lunch together with all associates and interns.
While on table, we used to have discussion on various issues related to law.
Some of the Associates were less friendly.
What did you do to chill? Co-interns, colleagues
When there were no specific works we used to go the conference hall and chat with other interns on different topics.
Unlimited coffee & tea (Hot & Cold) enables us to chill out.
Anything else you’d like to tell
There are hardly any internship out there like this one that go beyond mere head knowledge to the more crucial dimension of argument formation and transformation.
I didn’t just learn, I grew more. The internship gave me a better insight of Indian Legal System. I enjoyed being treated as a colleague & not as summer intern.
Even sky is not the limit of litigation.
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