The junior counsellors explained me their work viz. visiting homes of the victims and the accused, maintenance of case registers, taking the counseling of both the parties, jail visits, court visits etc. By Purvi Nanda, 2nd Year, RGNUL
The work environment was very favourable. There is no overburdening of work though due diligence and seriousness was expected when one was given the work. The people at Singhi and Singhi were extremely helpful, jovial and nice and if you are willing to learn, you should have no problem. By Nalini Pande. Seedling School
The work environment at the Law Desk is fabulous as Mr. Prateek Kasliwal gives particular importance to the interns and provide them with interesting tasks every day. The juniors under him are really hard working and humorous who will never make you feel bored and fatigue.
You should join only if you can show professionalism and can be punctual and committed. You will have to work hard, since it is only what you work that is added in the certificate, which has no set format.
Our tasks varied from collecting surveys for Aadhar card, compiling a presentation for the then Justice Verma Committee for rape laws, surveying night shelters in entire Jaipur to visiting Delhi, witnessing open 'Kachehris', helping helpless women and rape victims gain their position in the society to attending national seminars and meetings of National Food Organisation
The work environment is amazing but little boring as everyone is busy with their work. Associates are very helpful though strict about their work. Submitted by Dhruv Agarwal, Institute of Law, Nirma University
Visiting the villages of a particular block to conduct public meetings in furtherance to hear the public grievances and simultaneously creating awareness about the various procedures to get the quick and stern redress of their grievances.
Constant Guidance and Help by Partners of the Firm is second to none. I have interned in other law firms too, but I found that Capstone Legal recognizes that no one is born learned. Partners make it a point to discuss complex legal issues.
My main task as a first year intern was to know about the working of the court and different benches. I had the opportunity to hear arguments in all types of court room ranging from civil to criminal cases.
High Court is the first appellate court of our legal system. In High Courts, there is only arguments on the issues, they are no witness, statements etc. (until required). It is because all the statement are recorded usually at the stage of trial court. Then also, you'll get to know the filing work as our
The amount of things that you experience and learn from this MKSS internship is the best thing. All your concepts regarding Pensions, Ration, minimum wage, MNREGA, RTI and various other aspects will be cleared with expert inputs from Shankar mama who has spent his entire life doing these things.
You come to know about the absolute realities of consumers and there is no compulsory attendance. Also, you will never be overburdened by the work you do there and there is no pressure of work as such. For first year students who have recently studied consumer laws it will be an experience to understand the
I learnt how to argue a case, your way to argue with judge, your way to ask question from witness, witness cross examination and many more basics of a lawyer in court. I met with many other lawyers through them. In court his 5 associates also work so it is very easy for you to
The friendly and co-operative yet professional attitude of the colleagues and associates besides the excellent ambiance of work and the ease in availability of resources for research have cast a long lasting impression on me and shall be remembered by me throughout my life.
There will always be people who think they are better than anybody who isn't "up there earning zillions" or doesn't share their opinions on issues or who they think are "good only for NGOs since they can get no real jobs". You'll meet such people on a daily basis. By Bhuvharshita Bhargava
The best part of the internship was the Saturday classes, yes, classes where all the partners sit and ask the interns to prepare any topic on which a presentation or a small lecture is expected, but it turns out to be transformed into an extensive classroom lecture where you get to polish your concepts quite
Everyday new & challenging task was given which was very interesting. The task could be of outside city too. Both boys and girls enjoyed same rights and liberties. They were under same rules and regulations. By Jyotsana Aggarwal, Siddhartha Law College, 2nd Year
Work Environment was friendly. Venkateysh Garg Assistant to advocate general use to teach as practical aspects of law, how the procedure works it was his duty to assign us work he had everything in his bag for each and every Intern.
Usually we were asked for research work which mostly included field work, we went to schools, NREGA, night shelters, had interaction with them and prepare the report and submit it to the General Secretary who was very hardworking and expected same from us. Shikha Sinha, CNLU, III year
The best thing about the office were definitely the "Associates" and the "Library". Interning in this office makes you learn a lot primarily because the attitude of the associates towards you is very friendly. If you are a fan of the traditional methods and you do not mind reading a really thick volume over a
I’m studying in the third year at NLSIU, Bangalore. In the 1st year I interned with the Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan (MKSS) in Rajasthan. I really wanted to intern with the organization that had been doing amazing work with the NREGA and the RTI movement.