Offshore Research Partners, as the name suggests, is a research office. So, conversations didn't occur much. However, the mentors and staff are very nice. They will help you with everything. By Lucy Hmingthanzuali, NUJS, 4th year
However, the high point for me was when I went to the High Court subsequently and an advocate came up to me to compliment me on the talk I'd delivered in the class, which she had also attended. By Aastha Pratik, NUJS, Kolkata
I came to know that the basic work of the NGO was to go out on Friday nights to look for children sleeping on the streets or suffering from physical and sexual abuse and facing other such traumas. By Siddharth Mishra, Faculty of Law, The ICFAI University, Dehradun, 1st Year.
his was my first internship with proper drafting work. I got to work with very friendly associates who gave me work, discussed law points and also commented on my work by telling me as to what are the required changes and helped me to improve a lot upon my work.
I feel grateful to Hope Foundation, NGO, Kolkata for giving me a chance to do internship with them and I thoroughly enjoyed my internship finding a thin line and a major difference between what it actually is and what is being portrayed either by us or to us.
The UUA(Kolkata) internship was a very enriching experience for me. I learnt a lot about law just by researching. There were helpful associates who helped me in most of the Assignments. The internship opened my eyes to practical, ground-work.
The friendly environment created by our mentors gave us an opportunity to share our points and views freely and frankly. Internship at TSL gave me some really memorable moments to cherish along with learning experiences. Submitted by Mukul Sharma, KIIT University
It was a brilliant experience on a professional as well as personal levels. Since I had always wanted to work in the area of Child Rights and the likes, this was a golden opportunity for me. Submitted by Oyshee Gupta, CNLU Patna
I got research work on diverse areas of Company law, SARFAESI ACT, Letters Patent Appeal, Drafting an Order Sheet, Summarisation of cases, Contract Law etc. By Roumita Dey, Jogesh Chandra Choudhuri College of Law (affiliated to Calcutta University)
On the first day, I met Sir and Mam was out of station for work. It was a nice meeting and I was explained my work and asked to read articles. research and enhance my knowledge on Property Law, Registration Acr and it was all new for me! By Yashu Bansal, Chanakya National Law
What I found ‘dead’ at the firm was what I’d like to call Atticus Finch-ism or the art of fighting for what one’s own conscience permits one to fight for, rather than simply fighting a case for the sake of fighting it. By Shreya Agarwal, 4th year, NLU Odisha
It's a great place to work in, with excellent internet connectivity and a plethora of books to research from. I had real fun working in the office. The people are friendly and helpful, and Shibu da in the office brings tea twice a day with a scowl on his face and a song in his
The best thing about the place is that you are not treated as an Intern rather than a part of the firm. I realized this when I was given the opportunity to brief the Senior Advocate, without any hindrance or interference from any of the associates present there. There are regular meetings between the Interns