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Internship @ Advocate Nand Kishore Upmanyu, Mathura District Court: Why a District Court Internship Teaches You a Lot

The senior lawyers maintain their hagemony. Apparently every lawyer is like 'aler-ego' of the other. But when they are opposite to each other in the proceedingd, the real them comes into play. By Vrinda Chauhan, Aligarh Muslim University

Internship @ Lawyers Chamber, Dehradun: Friendly Work Environment, Observing Court Proceedings, No Stipend

Internship is not merely for experience certificate. It is for experience, learning and practical knowledge.
Internship The Hope Foundation, Kolkata

Internship @ Hope Foundation, Kolkata: Working With The Less Fortunate; No Stipend

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.
Internship Dua Associates, Delhi

Internship @ Dua Associates, Gurgaon: Company Law & FDI Policy Research, No Stipend

It is a common thing for interns to approach Associates in both litigation and corporate departments for work and most likely all of them happen to have some work for you. The advantage of not restricting myself to one Associate or one dept. was getting a variety of work in Companies Act, Customs and Excise, Stamp Act, Taxation Law, Food Safety and Security Act etc.
Internship J Sagar Associates, Delhi

Internship @ J. Sagar Associates, Mumbai: Due Diligence Reports & Research; Stipend of Rs.1500 per Week

The best things at JSA is their relaxed work culture. Nobody is strict here and you can do whatever you want without anybody bothering you. Also the Sodexo coupons that you get are an added advantage. The office is very well connected to buses, railway stations and taxis hence travelling becomes very easy.

Internship @ National Legal Services Authority, New Delhi: Summarizing Petitions, Jail Visits, No Stipend

Existential crises aside though, the environment is much more relaxed than in a firm or with an advocate. This internship is slightly unusual in that the work environment doesn’t really play that important a role, because you won’t be sitting in the office for too long anyway.
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Internship Experience @ Remfry and Sagar, Gurgaon: Great for IPR Lovers

It was a realization that professional life is a lot different and whatever we have studied from the books is just the abc of the practical legal field. Being an IPR hons student it helped me a lot to have a look at the practical application of whatever I had studied.

Internship Experience @ The Chamber of Law, New Delhi: Associates who teach you

TCL deals with both civil and criminal side but we were supposed to intern in civil side. As we had not read the CPC so the area was new for us. In the starting days of internship they used to give us files and judgments to read. After 10-12 days they started to allot work to us. By Vishnu Tandi, 3rd year, ITM University, Gurgaon

Internship @ Office of Senior Public Prosecutor, Delhi High Court: Inexhaustive learning opportunities

Even though I complained of having to wake up early in the mornings for reaching the courts on time and for not being given a stipend, May, 2014 had been a month of inexhaustive learning opportunities.
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Internship @ Clasis Law, Delhi: Infrastructure Law Research, Rs. 5000 Stipend

Apart from the small things the associates used to tell us, I learnt that one should not work to impress his/her associate or partner, but to learn the intricacies of law because that is what is going to help us in the long run.

Internship @ Chambers of Senior Advocate Rajesh Tekale, Mumbai: Research and Drafting Work, Rs. 7500 Stipend

The Work environment is dynamic. All the seniors working with me are outstanding mentors. The Associates of the firm are like family members. All of us share our research work with one and another. By Sangeeta Ghisulal Ramina, Mahatma Gandhi Mission’s Law College