Name, College, Year of Study of the Student Intern
Name of the Organization and its Full Address
Criminal Law Review
Duration of Internship
July 1st 2020 – July 31st 2020
How Did you Apply?
Send your CV to crlreview[at]gmail.com. If you are selected, you will receive a response soon.
First Day Formalities, Infrastructure, First Impression
It was an online internship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On the first day they scheduled a meeting to introduce ourselves and to get accustomed to the work environment with other interns. They explain their on-going projects and give us a brief of what we are expected to do in the coming one month.
Each intern there had a separate google docs that was created wherein all our work was monitored, and if any problem arises, they would always be ready to assist. We were given the work of judgment briefing of various criminal cases that were decided by the Hon’ble Supreme Court. This activity really helps a law student to summarize to the point and include important points from a judgment.
There is work given to you at all times, once a task is completed, there is another waiting, and thus it ensures a busy yet informative schedule.
No bad things
Stipend (If Any)
Accommodation, Commuting to Office
Since it was a virtual internship we did not have to commute.
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