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There were friendly faces all around ready to help me out at any given instant. Sometimes, I didn't even need to ask. Also, being a the premier law school of the country, the environment there is extremely conducive to research work. By Devrupa Rakshit, NUJS, 3rd Year
Internship Experience @ NLSIU’s Centre for Environmental Law Education, Research and Advocacy (CEERA), Bangalore
They have a website of their own where they have compiled most cases. However some of these aren't updated. The intern's work is to make case commentaries and upload it onto their website, http://www.nlsenlaw.org
Natural Justice will offer a competitive salary commensurate with skill and experience. Joining Natural Justice will also give the successful candidate a chance to work with a passionate and highly professional global team in a fast-paced environment and gain valuable international experience.
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
Internship @ Krishnamurthy & Co. (K Law), Bangalore: Research Work, Friendly Environment, No Stipend
Main tasks: Research on provisions, case laws. Making a presentation at the end of the internship. Help draft case opinions. Suggest changes in agreements and other docs. Shared by Payal Shetye. Anyone can share his/her internship experience HERE.
Internship @ Copyright Integrity International, Bangalore: Weekly Meetings with Mentors, Not-so-Legal Work, Rs.2500 Stipend
All in all, not much of the Legal-Beagle work you do. However, since the very first day the mentors would constantly advice you to be in touch with the Legal Department so as to get your own scoop of the legal-cake from them. One of the best parts was the weekly meetings they organized. Every Tuesday/Wednesday, the Legal heads schedule a meeting where all the associates and staffs require mandatory presence, along with the interns of the GEC Team. By Sonakshi Das, KIIT, 3rd year
Apart from that, I was assigned small tasks like checking the status of a trademark that has been filed for registration and assist in the drafting of a franchise agreement for a restaurant. The people are nice and quite friendly.
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First impression as already said the office was really difficult to locate. No such formalities were there. The partner came to know that a new intern has joined and assigned work straightaway. There is no need to know the name, college, year ( useless formalities eh)
The best thing would be the work and the co-interns. I was lucky to have co-interns who were amazing and we stuck together despite being picked on. The bad thing was having to associate with immature people.
Address: Sri lakshmi PG, 10th cross, Sampige road, Malleshwaram, Bangalore.
It is ideally located. bus top is very near just 2 mins walk. And the metro is under construction, the metro stop will also be near. It is mid way between Bangalore city and Teshwantpur station.
Rent: It is paid on an yearly basis in two installments. Depends on boy/ girl and sharing/ non-sharing. Starts from 1,20,000 to 1,80,000.
Internship @ Krishna and Saurastri Associates, Bangalore: Good IP Work, Great Work Environment, 4000 Stipend
I am a student of IPR Hons. and so I was very much interested in doing an internship in an IPR Law firm. Krishna and Saurastri Associates, was a great opportunity for me to explore the world of IPR and I can say that I really learnt a lot from the firm, especially by witnessing the IP litigation in the court and by the interactions that I had with the Partner. By Anupama Mallik. KIIT Scool of Law. 4th Year
I was surprised that Mr. Thiru actually took time to personally evaluate the interns. You may also be lucky to get a treat on one of the weekends. By Mariam Munazz, University Law College (2nd year at the time of internship)
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