The experience was not completely academic, as it was also an eye-opener, as it taught me how many women were being harassed and abused, mainly in the lower and lower-middle class families, for different reasons such as dowry, birth of a male child, etc.
I also learnt that the biggest enemies of most of these women were illiteracy and financial dependence.
At that time, their offices were located at Masjid, which is one stop before CST, in the Central and Harbour Railway Lines. The place is not a very safe one, therefore, I would like 2 advice girls, that if they plan on interning there, they should check whether the offices have been shifted or not.
Other than that one concern, the internship was a learning experience, and I would encourage others to intern with the NGO.
Apply to the legal unit
Also, when you apply, do make sure that you are being accepted by the unit which deals in law, since there is very little chance of exposure in the legal filed, if you are assigned to a unit which does more work in the field of social activism, unrelated to law.
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.
I am the Admin of Lawctopus. I am for law students, of law students and by law students. I am Torts and Contracts and moots and internships. I am your boyfriend! And your girlfriend too! Mentor. Friend. Junior. Senior. I am the footnote in your research paper. Foreword in your life. The jugaad for your internship. The side gig which earns you bucks. I am Maggi. Pocket money too.