The task during my internship was writing articles on the topics they gave and case analysis of cases they gave because it was an online internship and bound by the situation.
The best thing about working with this firm was that the team of Legal Anatomy was too supportive, encouraging and understanding. She guided me properly everywhere, where I was stuck in between. For it was first time that was writing articles so I was very confused in the beginning but with her correct guidance I learned how to write articles and one of my articles got published as well.
Accommodation, commuting to the office
Nothing like that was provided because it was not required as it was an online internship.
Anything else, what you did to chill out, learned etc.
As most of the work was given time bared, I learned to be more punctual and time management also. Before writing any article I use to read several articles related to that topic and this helped me a lot to improve my reading skills.
Writing articles and cases analysis helped me in improving my typing skills because it was an online internship so I was required to work on a computer. And most importantly this online internship helped me a lot in improving my vocabulary which will help me through my life.
And this internship had played a vital role in giving a positive spirit during this pandemic time.
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