The work environment at ICICI Bank, Mumbai is extremely conducive, people are approachable, and no on is in a hurry or breathing down your neck to complete your job. However, the work that you do submit has to be perfect, so take your time and complete it.
Work environment is very friendly interns and the employees are treated equally. Occasionally we were called for team outing.Once the whole Greenpace pune team including the interns went for a movie. So, it was not only a internship full of learning but also a internship full of fun.
The firm was quite simple when talking about its first impression over me. There were no such first day formalities to be fulfilled. They make you work right from the first day. The partners and associates there were very humble and helpful.
My first impression of the place was that since I didn't know much about law, I would be scolded at frequently. But in the office, everyone was welcoming and whenever I faced any difficulty, they would help me to sort them out.
Most of the tasks at my Wadia Ghandy Mumbai internship were research oriented and preparing a list of documents and summaries of new cases which came in. I got a lot of opportunity to sit in client conferences and conferences with other senior lawyers to whom the cases were allotted to.
The support staff at Luthra & Luthra, Mumbai is also equally helpful and very prompt to see to any requests you may have. They have a well stocked pantry with biscuits, chips and maggi, a fridge and microwave ovens for your lunch if you carry any and of course a coffee machine. A law firm
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.
Many small scale industries have been set up and some big workshops for companies. According to a stitching workshop, every cloth in Bombay has come atleast once to this workshop to get stitched. People were cooperative.
I was assigned to analyze the potential impact of the Seeds Bill, 2011 and the BRAI Bill 2011. Apart from that, I was assigned no other work. So, most of the time, I was with very less work or no work at all. The main tasks for the internship were quite limited. By Yugaank
Zal is a practising Barrister from Oxford which he attended on a Rhodes Scholarship. He is the son of Mr. Tehmtan R. Andhyarujina, who is former Solicitor General of India and an eminent Senior Counsel at Supreme Court of India. By Manushi Satyajeet Desai- 2nd Year, Campus Law Centre, DU
My inclination is more towards criminal law, so I used to grab more of criminal related matters and attend the hearings in the court so that I could learn from my senior advocates the art of pleading in the court room. By JeetVipul Patel, Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, 8th Semester
For me JSA was an enriching experience that really helped me grow. It taught me to differentiate between my interests, politely say no to work I knew wouldn’t want to do but at the same time showed me how one should adapt and accept certain work even if you do not wish to undertake the
Interning at Luthra, Mumbai was a very informative and a learning experience. While we may learn the basic law in college, these kinds of internships are the ones which teach us the application of these laws. By Nidhi Singh, 2nd Year, National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS), Kochi
During my internship, I was given a lot of cases and legal documents to read and scrutinize. Also, if I had any difficulty in comprehending something related to my work, I could approach Rajeshree Maam and get my queries solved. By Sakhi Sahu, ILS Pune
It also taught me that these so-called disabled adults were actually very creative and imaginative. It taught me simplicity and patience. My internship experience at Advitya was a very fulfilling and playful one.
Six weeks flew by. And if it were for me, I would have loved to intern here longer. Till date, whenever I go grocery shopping, my room-mate always complains that I’ve become brand conscious. Once, I even convinced her to buy Lifebuoy over Dettol. By Anonymous
I researched and assisted in various arbitration matters and summary suits, administrative suits, testamentary suits, Caveat Form of the rules, Leave and License agreement, providing notices to other parties, making written statements and filing application for the registration of trademark and etc.
The work environment at the chambers of Mr. Mahesh Jethmalani was well-suited for a fresher like me and I was glad enough to realize that her nervousness was futile as there were highly friendly and co-operative colleagues/supervisors.
They work on tribal rights, environmental education, outreach, governance, policy analysis, advocacy, grass-roots level i.e. community involvement in conservation, research for ongoing litigation, environmental interventions and impact of large development projects in eco-sensitive zones. By Anand Mohan, ILS Law College, Pune, First Year LLB
Therefore, the main tasks at the internship involved reaching the court for a particular matter, and leave after it was done. By Jenisha Shah, Government Law College, Mumbai, 4th year, BLS LLB. Anyone can share her/his internship experience HERE. Login with your Facebook ID. Click HERE.
The best thing is you learn a lot (litigation interns). You get to learn a variety of things. All the people are very encouraging and easy going. Everyone has a cool head and there’s no horrible boss scenario. By Lakshika Sachdev, D.E.S Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune, 2nd Year.
Inter alia, I worked a little in the field which included taking a sex worker to the hospital for medical check-ups. Majority of my work comprised of the Right to Information procedure, including delivering the the RTI Application to the doorstep of an organisation we planned to sue. By Ritvik Kulkarni , ILS Law College,