A big shout-out to the guys at MyLaw.net too, our learning partners for this competition!
Truckloads of thanks are due to our college managers, and of course all the ‘writers’, the ‘sharers’; people who took out time and wrote some of the best quality write-ups we’ve ever read!
A finally, our judges who had to go through 50,000+ words at a short-notiec; here are the two gentlemen we are highly indebted to!
Protik Prokash Banerjee, one of the finest lawyers of the Kolkata High Court and well known to Lawctopus’ readers for his brilliant career advice pieces. Interning at his chambers is an experience of a life time. People who learn drafting and oratory skills from him swear by the excellent teacher he is. He talks about movies and literature as authoritatively as he talks on law and wrote on such subjects for the Economic Times in 1994-1995.
Rounak Nayak, 22 yrs, is a final year law student of SDM Law College, Mangalore. Inspired by the works of John Green and Nicholas Sparks, he started his blog and Facebook page named ‘The Diary of a Drunk Ass’ where he writes short stories that revolve around teen life and young adults. He has also contributed to two bestselling anthologies named ’21 Tales to Tell’ and ‘Chronicles of Urban Nomads’.
Out of the 141 internship experiences we received, our assistant editor Neeati Narayan came up with a short list of 29 entries.
These 29 entries were then rated by our 2 judges.
So well, hold your breath; well…not too much…breathe…HERE ARE THE RESULTS!
2. Kaustabh Prakash, 5th year Nirma University | Internship experience @ JSA Mumbai | Total score: 39
3. Amol Khanna, 3rd year RMLNLU Lucknow | Internship experience @ Amarchand Delhi | Total score: 39
4. Tushar Khanna, 2nd year HNLU Raipur | Internship experience @ HRLN Delhi | Total score: 37.75
5. Kanchan, 2nd year NLU Delhi | Internship experience @ DLSA Delhi | Total score: 37.75
Each of them wins: Cash prize of Rs. 3000 each + LexisNexis Books worth Rs. 1000 each + MyLaw.net courses worth Rs. 3000 each + a certificate issued by LexisNexis India. Total takeaways worth Rs.7,000 each
THE 5 CONSOLATION PRIZES
1. Yashika Jain, 2nd year NLU Delhi | Internship experience @ HRLN Delhi | Total score: 37.25
2. Raveena Rai, 5th year Amity Law School Delhi | Internship experience @ Advocate Vivek Sood | Total score: 37
3. Hitesh Mundra, 2nd year MS Ramaiah College of Law | Internship experience @ CRY Chennai | Total score: 37
4. Anonymous, SOEL Chennai | Internship experience @ HSB Partners Chennai | Total score: 36.75
Each of them gets: Cash prize of Rs. 2000 each + LexisNexis Books worth Rs. 1000 each + MyLaw.net courses worth Rs. 2500 each + a certificate issued by LexisNexis India. Total takeaways worth Rs. 5,500 each
That’s it from us!
Note: Winners will be sent an email for their bank account and other details by the 10th of November. Prizes should reach you by the 30th of November.
Those who’ve won the ‘awards of excellence’ and the ‘consolation awards’ will be sent the break-up of their scores over email.
Note II: Why have none of these internship experiences been published?
Publishing internship experiences on Lawctopus requires a fair bit of formatting and search engine optimization.
We realized that we’ll not be able to publish all the 140+ internship experiences we got in the limited time span of this competition and hence decided not to publish any before announcing the results.
However, all the prize winning entries and all other ‘useful’ internship experiences which we received as a part of this competition will be published in the next 2 months!
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