Online Internship Experience at Chambers of Advocate Pranjul Chopra: Research and Drafting Work, Positive Working Environment

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Name, College, Year of Study

Ria Mehta, 2nd year and National Law University, Delhi

Name of the Organisation and Address

Chambers of Advocate Pranjul Chopra, 20/33 Renu Path, Judges’ Colony,  Mansarovar, Jaipur – 302020 (India)

Duration of Internship

9th December 2020 – 9th February 2021

How did you apply for this Internship?

Via Email. It was an online internship due to COVID situation.

First-day Formalities, Infrastructure, First Impression

There was an interview on call which mainly consisted of questions relating the subjects taught in college. The questions were mostly easy about the subjects I had already studied in college. Sir made sure I was very comfortable during the interview.

Main Tasks

Research work, drafting of petitions and replies to be filed in the Rajasthan High Court, preparing synopsis for appeals to be filed in the Rajasthan High Court, reading lots of case laws.

Work Environment

Healthy. Very approachable which made me comfortable to seek any clarification. Focus on learning. Great learning opportunity.

Good Things and Bad Things

It is a perfect learning opportunity. This is the internship wherein I learnt the most so far. Pranjul sir made sure to give his reviews after every project or research work I did which was very helpful. He even took up time on weekends to discuss the drafts that we prepared and how we could have improvised on the same. Also a few times he made us argue for the drafts we prepared.

Another good thing is Pranjul sir is a young lawyer and within a short time has established himself as a successful practising lawyer in Rajasthan HC. Working with him would be a great learning experience for any anyone thinking of taking up litigation after graduation.

I think physical internship would have been an even better learning experience.

Stipend (if any)

No

Anything Else, What You Did to Chill Out, Lessons Learnt etc.

Many a times we had discussion about things in college and sir telling his experience. He is very kind and open to guide for any career related questions.

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