Ma'am asked us about our college on the first day and told us that it did not matter to her that which year we were studying in and said that she would be treating us as lawyers and would give us lot of work. Aditya Marwah, Jindal Global Law School, 2nd Year
Since I am fond of Constitutional Law, I had applied for this internship hoping to be given work in that area. I was glad when in the second week my co-intern and I were given the chance to work on a challenging legal opinion which involved Constitutional law and administrative law. By Sohini Chatterjee,
This initiative is part of the Pratham Books' Champions program where we encourage our community of volunteers to use one book to conduct reading sessions. These sessions are conducted free of cost and mostly with children from under-served communities.
Another interesting piece of work came from the Real estate department that involved me and my co intern to identify and summarise Stamp duty rates for lease agreement, sale deed, leave and licence, Mortgage by deposit of title deeds, hypothecation / pledge for all the States and U.T.'s of India, for which almost a month
If you are really interested in working then they can allot you almost anything and everything. From general researching to drafting replies, evidence, statements etc. to even preparing invoices for the firm. You want, you can get to go to the courts. You want, you get to attend meetings with the clients. All in all
In the wake of celebrating the software freedom day worldwide, the Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, is organizing a Two Day National Seminar on “Information Technology and Open Source Software: Issues and Challenges” on 21st 22nd September 2013.
The environment is not as strict as a law firm or a lawyer's office, but there is still something that keeps us committed to our work. It surely is the attitude of the partners which keeps our spirits high! A place where young minds interact and work together has to be great, and it really
This year’s moot problem has been drafted by Prof. Shamnad Basheer. Professor Basheer joined NUJS as the first Ministry of Human Resource Development Chaired Professor in Intellectual Property Law. He has also started several initiatives such as SpicyIP, IDIA, P-PIL and Lex Biosis. He is regularly consulted by the Government and Parliamentary Committees on IP
Death Penalty – Is It Ever Justified?
Judicial Activism v. Judicial Restraint: The Indian Disarray
Guarding the Guardians – Need For Stronger Judicial Accountability?
Is Constitution On Par With The Philosophy of Intellectual Property Rights?
Retrospective Amendments – Constitutionally Legitimate?
The topic "Age of Criminal Responsibility" is one that bears extreme social relevance upon criminal jurisprudence relating to juvenile justice system in India. The 'Nirbhaya Case' has generated strong discussion for revisiting and broadening the age range for fixing criminal responsibility for heinous serious criminal offences by Juveniles.
After a very disappointing first day, I was called by the head and told I shouldn't expect any money for what I was doing. What a fail. Not that I expected any, but she squashed the little hope I had as well. They are the largest Self Help Women's NGO in all of Asia and
Most importantly the prize money is Rs. 7.5k, 5k, and 2.5k for the first, second and third best entries respectively, along with an opportunity to be published in 'Sportzlaw' and an internship at the Law Offices of Nandan Kamath, Bangalore.
My overall work there included working on the health sector of India, and to collect data of different countries which follow Universal health care system and see how would it apply to India. It was a really interesting task to see how people in different countries.
My first impression about the firm seemed that it was a very happy place to work in! All the associates were very friendly with each other (which quite honestly is rare in most law firms), and made me feel right at home from the very beginning.
The BEST thing has to be the Knowledge share session that they have once a month! The Partner present at the Noida office (Ms. Sujata) conducted a session on trade marks and it was attended by all the Associates and myself (the only intern at that time). It was totally informal and a very different
What I have noticed in most Indian internships I have done so far, if not all, there is always an 'interns room' where the interns sit and mingle. Its most of the time cut off from the rest of the office and the interaction between the interns and the lawyers in the office is restricted
We prepared the writ ourselves and argued before the court. There is great confidence boost after this kind of internship. I made new friends, increased some people in the directory of contacts and last but not the least working for Human rights of the downtrodden people was kinda blessing for me. By Ambuj Dixit,
The best part is that Rajan sir solves all your legal queries, ensures that you are working properly and the office has a good library which can be accessed by interns. The bad part is that their is no stipend and snacks and also interns cannot do drafting or present their oral arguments on case
They themselves won't teach you anything. However, if you approach them they'll guide you. Don't expect loads of work. You don't get to learn everyday, which is a drawback in itself. And if you are a foodie, it's a bad bad place. There's an adjacent shop but that's seriously pathetic. By Aishwarya Dhakarey, Symbiosis
Applicants will be titled Fellow (Entry level to two years of experience will be acceptable) or Senior Fellow (relevant masters degree/ two or more years of relevant experience will be acceptable), and the remuneration will be Rs. 30,000 per month for Fellow and Rs. 50,000 per month for Senior Fellow.
My main task included preparing and studying cases for the next day, attending the court proceedings in both HC and SC, drafting letters and emails, replying and calling officers and clients to attend their cases, researching on cases,finding judgement and jotting down points of law and arguments. I even attended the mediation proceedings.
This is to be noted that all the courses run by Rostrum are accredited by International Accreditation Organization. It implies that the modules and the course contents delivered to the students are of high standards and are globally recognized.