State: Maharashtra

Internship Experience @ Legal Cell, Mahyco Pvt Ltd, a Seeds Company in Jalna (Aurangabad, Maharasthra) : Magnificent Office, Dearth of Work, Stipend of Rs. 7500

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

Internship @ Senior Advocate Ashok Saraogi, Bombay HC: Good for a Lit Internship; Rs. 5000 Stipend

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

Internship @ Mulla & Mulla Craigie Blunt and Caroe, Mumbai: Comfortable Environment, Research & Drafting Work, No Stipend

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.

Internship @ Kalpavriksh, Pune: Fantastic Experience for All Environment Law Lovers

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

Internship @ Saheli Karyakarta Sangh (NGO), Pune [A Collective of Sex Wokers]: Great Work, No Stipend

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,