There is a common kitchen with a fridge for every three rooms (around 10-12 girls) and two common bathrooms with geysers, with a separate toilet. There is a TV in every room with cable connection. Though, as a place it might be a little old and space lacking, the location is kickass.
The place is located in a residential area with the owners living on the ground floor, the first floor being let on rent.
All the shops, ranging from basic grocery to restaurants and branded showrooms are located in the vicinity.
We require law graduates or law students (third, fourth or fifth year students only) who will be given a chance to work on a variety of projects. We are willing to offer a stipend of up to Rs 5,000/- for an internship spanning at least 3 weeks.
The exposure trip will start from Bhubaneshwar on 1st June, 2013 and end at Vishakhapatnam on 13th June. During the trip, participants will visit organisations working on rights of dalits, adivasis, women and other vulnerable groups.
Promising more than one can offer through prospectus, advertisements and leaflets should be eschewed. The policy should be to let the programmes speak for itself. This is not to say that GNLU is guilty of it but to empazise a point.
None of the associates talk to the interns, or even look at the interns for that matter. They're extremely indifferent. Some people just stop turning up after a few days, but they don't even seem to notice.
We daily visited new places like women's organizations, jails etc. We had to submit a report on any of the topics specified on the website (www.dlsa.nic.in). Every topic listed down was distinct and very interesting. Shubham Srivastava, Amity Law School, Lucknow Campus, IInd year
It gives us immense pleasure to most cordially invite your esteemed institution to participate in the Second International Banking and Investment Law Moot Court Competition being organized by Seedling School of Law and Governance, Jaipur National University, Jaipur, Rajasthan August 22-24, 2013.
1. Global & Domestic Concern of Human Rights.
2. Human Rights & Environment.
3. Human Rights & Vulnerable Groups.
4. Public Participation as core factor of Human Rights Enforcement.
5. Human Right v. Development & Technical Advertisement.
6. Indian Judiciary and ICCPR and ICESCR.
I am a student of IPR Hons. and so I was very much interested in doing an internship in an IPR Law firm.
Krishna and Saurastri Associates, was a great opportunity for me to explore the world of IPR and I can say that I really learnt a lot from the firm, especially by witnessing the
We start submitting before the Court saying "May it please your Lordship" and then pause a moment, as if unless the Hon’ble Judge says "Thank You" (as they ought to and as at least one Hon’ble Judge in my experience used to say) we would simply stop talking, and punctuate every second sentence with a
I hadn't even studied company law in detail when I started interning but Ms Anuradha was patient and gave me daily assignments to make me aware of the law. She would test how much I want to do and would give me work accordingly. Other associates are kind of snooty specially the younger ones),
We get around 37,000 unique visitors a month which generates more than 2,50,000 page-views . We are with pretty low bounce rate (52%) and 91% of the visitors are from India. 66.5% of our visitors are returning visitors. Also, our Facebook page is now a home to more than 10,000 law students.
People in the office were very supportive and give you a very quality work to do and then they also take take pains to explain you any matter in which you were facing problems and work environment was was very nice. By Ankit Gaurav, Institute Of Law, Nirma University, (III Year)
Bribe Hackers, a project by Sreerupa Chowdhury and Mona Saha, two 5th year law students of NUJS, Kolkata which aims to build a bridge between law enforcement agencies and victims of bribery has won a $ 30,000 Grant.
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It is the best place for the people who truly want to learn good legal work as it offers variety of laws in which they practice in; ranging from arbitration - consumer courts - High Court -Supreme court -AAIFR/ BIFR. By Rishabh Malhotra, Campus Law Centre, DU Write for Lawctopus! Share your internship
Confirmed speakers for the symposium include renowned legal luminaries such as Hon’ble Mr. Justice (Retd.) S U Kamdar (Former Justice, Bombay High Court), Mr. Anirudh Krishnan (Advocate, Madras High Court), Mr. Ashwin Shanker (Advocate, Bombay High Court) Mr. Aditya Sondhi (Advocate, Karnataka High Court), Mr. Ajay Thomas (Registrar, London Court of International Arbitration, India), Mr.