To describe in few words- However higher you go, you find mightier world around you! I was dumbstruck to see the beautiful and grand building and the entrance was the library with books on each and every subject of law. By Noopur Srivastava, National Law University Odisha, 4th Year
The interns need to follow a timetable where all the activities which are supposed to be completed by the interns are listed. We visited various NGO’s, Central Jail and Juvenile Court and had a good time witnessing the Criminal Proceedings and interacting with the accused persons. By Sakshi Dhruw, HNLU, Raipur, 2nd Year
Though there was always an overflow of work at office, the energy levels never went low. The entire office is like a closely knit family, with its share of fun and laughter, amidst all the work. In fact, on days that it would get late, they would permit to take breaks and even provided tea
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I was entrusted with the task of preparing Comparative analysis of Mental Health bill 2013 and Mental Health Act, 1987. The work was interesting. I had to do a fair amount of research which will probably help me in law school life. By Gaurang Bhushan, GNLU, Gandhinagar, 1st year
The work entailed primarily observing the workings of the courtroom, and sometimes assisting the judge with researching for precedents. This was quite possibly because I was in my first year, and a person who applies for internship when they are more aware of procedural and substantive laws, might get more of a workload.
The first thing I realized on the first day was that irrespective of whatever impression others may have about a PSU, people actually turn up on time. I had a brief introduction with the GM Legal, after which the Assistant Legal Manager took over. By Sourya Banerjee, 3 year, (VI Sem), Faculty of Law
My immediate senior was undoubtedly the best part of my internship. He never let me feel like I didn’t know what I was doing. He never answered any of my queries on the spot or directly. In fact any question I asked him, he answered with another question. He basically wanted me to find the
The main tasks entrusted on me during my internship were preparing contracts, reading, researching. The assignments included typical corporate law work. The litigation team is strong too. Cases from the competition tribunal were also in plenty. Intellectual Property Rights work was interesting and equally rewarding in terms of knowledge
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Bharati Vidyapeeth University New Law College is hosting the first ever Western Rounds of Surana & Surana National Trial Advocacy Moot Court Competition & Judgment Writing Competition on Criminal Law between 22nd to 24th August, 2014 in Pune.
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The School of Law, KIIT University, hereby announces a call for papers for the 2nd issue (Volume 1) of its annual Review (KSLR). We extend our invitation to law students (both postgraduates and undergraduates), professionals, lecturers, policy makers and others to send in their write-ups on the themes given.
The National Seminar on Women Empowerment- A Strategy for Development is being organised by Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC) in collaboration with the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi.
The conference would also have leading corporate leaders presenting technical sessions to provide the audience better insights and perspectives in this emerging area. The eminent invited speakers include Mr. J.P. Haran, Managing Director, Tata Consulting Engineers and Mr. Soumitra Bhattacharya, CEO, Bosch Ltd. , India.
This seminar is an attempt to bring together international scholars from cognate areas on a single platform to deliberate on the issues cited earlier. It is hoped that the conclusions of the seminar will directly help evolve policies and programmes for environmental protection with sustainable development.
As the first lawyer I interned under he is approachable, extremely encouraging and inspiring not only due to his brilliant advocacy skills, but also his professional ethics. Additionally, the excellent work atmosphere makes it a great experience.
The unapproachability of some of the associates was a slight detriment to my enthusiasm towards working. Additionally, the office did not have WiFi and only had one computer connected to the internet for the interns to use.
Main work given to the interns is research work (finding case laws mostly), drafting rejoinders along with clerical work like making indices and marking page numbers. If you want you can get a lot of work. It depends on how much work you can do and are willing to do. You cannot be seen sitting