The National Law School Journal seeks contributions in the form of long articles (8,000-12,000 words), shorter essays (5,000-8,000 words), comments on judicial decisions (3,000–5,000 words), analysis of legislative materials (3,000-5,000 words) and reviews of recently published books (2,000-3,000 words) besides other forms of scholarly writing.
After the first week, special stories for the newspaper are assigned to an intern depending on his/her quality of work. Special stories may be of the choice of the editor or the interns’; stories are also, assigned based on the intern’s performance. During my period of four weeks, eight of my articles featured in The
There was no single biggest learning lesson, although each small part of the Internship was a learning experience in itself. Be it listening to the way Mr.Sorabjee interacted with clients and briefing councils, the way he argued at court, or merely attending case hearings at the Supreme Court. Nihal D’Souza, 4th Yr B.A.LLB.(Hons.),University of
My work included writing articles on day to day consumer issues, preparing memos on various subjects like will, rent agreement etc; making marketing and sales strategy, interacting with customers etc. By Anup Kumar, Amity Law School, Delhi, 5th year
NLU Delhi has created history by being the youngest college ever to participate in the world finals of Jessups International Moot Court Competition. Here is an exclusive interview with Shreya Rastogi and Akshay BD (the oralists)
There were as many as 176 delegates taking part in serious discussions during the day and were in for an equal amount of fun during the socials which included a delegate dance, the MUN ball and the championship dinner.
The most interesting experience of interning with Mr. Tulsi is that interns have to participate in moot trials and debates on the issues which are being dealt in his cases. The interns are divided into groups and are required to take stands and present their views. The topic is given a day in advance for
The work is confined to study and research on matters pertaining to consumer disputes. The matters were innumerable – from tribunals to courts. Hefty amount of litigation by and against the company. But I must say that work is quite insightful.
It has been more than one year since I have stepped into Oxford, and in this journey, I have undergone a metamorphosis. Through these columns, I am going to explore and bring to light my experiences, suggestions and lessons learnt in the pursuit of the degree of Bachelor of Civil Law at Oxford.
As a service provider, the lawyer has to obviously handle the business and the legal sides of a transaction. As a person the lawyer also needs to talk and interact and converse. (A company interacts, you know.) And he also needs to be very good at the negotiating table. MUNing will surely chisel a bit
It will be him--brain, body and blood-- in the lawyer's office--cement, chairs and clerks--and he'll be putting his CV-page, prayer and ink- on the lawyer's desk. He'll talk to the lawyer about why he wants the internship. He'll treat it like an interview.
The work at Global Juris Consultants was limited to researching with strict deadlines, help in drafting court documents and assisting in the court and co-ordinating with the lawyers in the Court. I also learnt to make practical arguments which you will not find in any book or judgments, processes in the court, client counseling, etc.
The DLSA office is situated in the Patiala House Court Complex in Delhi. Finally our internship schedule was prepared and for a few days I was given the work of observing the court proceedings in the Patiala House Compound. Then came up the schedule for MegaTraffic Lok Adalat, which was organised by DLSA.