Riya Khanna, National Law Institute University, Bhopal, 2nd Year.
About the Advocate
Advocate Lalit Ajmani is a Delhi based lawyer and has completed his graduation from a National Law University. His areas of practice deals with vide areas of law including but not limited to consumer law, IBC, recovery law, matrimonial law, criminal law, administrative law, and others.
Mode of the Internship
Due to the lockdown and travel restrictions in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic, I opted for the online mode of the internship.
20th May 2020 to 20th June 2020.
I applied directly via mail by sending my CV and writing sample at advocatelalitajmani[at]gmail.com with the subject: Application for online Internship. Thereafter, a telephonic interview was scheduled.
First Day Formalities and Initial Impressions
It is an online internship, my first interaction was with Advocate Lalit Ajmani himself via telephone. I was asked about my course, my preferences and career goals. After that, I was briefed about the work culture and ongoing matters. Advocate Lalit Ajmani is very supportive, courteous and always ready to provide all the assistance required for tasks provided.
Being a second year, I was not aware about various fields of law but my legal knowledge has been widened by researching a diverse set of laws.
Practical learning experience, I was given a chance to read case files through online media and to get an insight into various areas of law.
No bad thing
Internship at the Chambers of Advocate Lalit Ajmani is commendable. My experience is very productive.
I was also allotted a task to write an article on evolving aspects of Negotiable Instrument, thereafter Sir himself reviewed it and provided me with valuable feedback. He advised me that it is important for a lawyer to develop good diction. Ergo, I was advised to keep on writing articles on various aspects of law to develop the skill of legal coherence.
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