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Internship @ Legalexcel, Bangalore: Supportive Environment | Friendly Staff | No Stipend

I was given actual work which was used by them in their cases. Interns are treated well.
Internship Wadia Ghandy and Company, Pune

Internship @ Wadia Ghandy & Co, Bangalore: Productive Environment | Rated 8.5/10 | No Stipend

Since I have interned only once in Wadia Ghandy and by their expression and expectation of work, I think that it would be a hard nut to crack to get PPO there.

Internship @ Anup S. Shah Law Firm, Bangalore: Harvey Specter-ish Office; Rs. 5000 Stipend

To describe in few words- However higher you go, you find mightier world around you! I was dumbstruck to see the beautiful and grand building and the entrance was the library with books on each and every subject of law. By Noopur Srivastava, National Law University Odisha, 4th Year
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Internship @ Udwadia Udeshi & Argus Partners, Bangalore: I would be more than happy to go back and work with them

The ‘human touch’ that everybody yearns for at a law firm internship was in abundance there. They never let me feel out of place. One of the reasons I would be more than happy to go back and work with them.

Internship Experience @ Link Legal, Bangalore: Avoidable Experience, No Stipend

All the things I had heard about slaving the first half decade after law school was just the stuff of legends (due to my prior internships) until Link Legal happened to me. It is a tough-tough environment to be in where you feel like a slave.
sv joga rao, a professor, and founder of legalexcel, a bangalore based law firm specialising in medical negligence

Internship @ LegalExcel, Law Firm, Bangalore: Hospitable Like Home; Feedback on Work; [Japanese Co-Intern]; Rated 10/10

Almost every time there is a legal doubt, sir will explain that to you as a teacher and will have utmost patient to listen and answer your doubts. Initially when I was asked to research on a particular topic, I researched and researched and researched and wrote lengthy brief explaining each and every provision. I was called immediately in sir’s office where he explained to me the difference between an academic writing and writing of a lawyer. That is something I am going to remember throughout my life. By Yash Vijayvargiya, Second Year(Passed), NUJS, Kolkata