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Name, College & Year Ananya Banerjee, University of Calcutta (Department of Law), Fifth Year. Although, when I interned there, I was in my Fourth Year of...
I applied to Holla Associates through a mail, and received a reply accepting my application. They usually reply within one week, or around that much time. It was a pretty smooth procedure. By Sheena Kaur, School of Law, Christ University, 4th Year.
Sir interacts with the interns. You can ask any clarification regarding research and other things also. You will be treated as colleague. By Madhubala Solanki, DSNLU Vishakhapatnam (3rd year)
Internship Experience @ IndusLaw, Bangalore: Stipend of Rs. 3000; I have never felt more like a lawyer!
Even though I had never done something like this before and was afraid to take it up as I was sure I would be unable, though the amount of faith that the associates placed in me was indescribable.
By Arpitpushp Chaturvedi, Jindal Global Law School, 4th year BA.LLB
Internship @ Link Legal Advocates, Bangalore: Link Legal is an amazing place to intern as you aren’t just one among the crowd
With each work that was assigned to me, I was able to refine my method of research since the partner was always there to guide me to the right place. I was also able to learn in significant detail all the topics that I had covered while working on some or the other aspect relating to it as part of my work there.
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 @ Rego & Rego Associates, Bangalore: Fruitful & Productive Internship; Friendly Associates, No Stipend
I recommend this firm to every law student interested in litigation and keen on learning, to intern here because this will definitely be the one of the better internships you can ask for. By Anusha Devi H, 1st year BA LLB School Of Law, Christ University
It being mainly an IPR Firm, most of the cases would range from trademark to copyright. Initially, the interns were just asked to read the cases, but after 2 days, we were made to ‘type’ a lot of petitions and written statements. By Rounak Nayak, SDM Law College, Mangalore, Fourth year
I was assigned the task of drafting notices and reply notices and vetted various agreements and deeds such as Licensing Agreement, Lease cum Sale Agreement, Hire Purchase Agreement and etc. these works may seem very hectic but very interesting apart from the office work interns have an opportunity to visit High Court and other lower court in Bangalore along with partners and associates. By Sarath Chandra Javvaji, DSNLU, 4th year
Internship at NDS Law Partners, Bangalore : Research Work, Court Visits, Badam Milk, No Stipend, Rated 9/10
The associate used to get me yummy badam milk every time we went to court. If you get stuck with the work assigned to you, you could always ask the lawyers for help. By Sahana Devanathan. Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College, Bangalore. Third year.