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Internship Experience @ ChirAmrit Legal LLP, Jaipur: Great Infra and Environment, Lots to Learn, Taxation Matters
Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID Mayank Pratap Singh, University Five Year Law College, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 3rd Year Name of Organisation, Location...
The work environment at the Law Desk is fabulous as Mr. Prateek Kasliwal gives particular importance to the interns and provide them with interesting tasks every day. The juniors under him are really hard working and humorous who will never make you feel bored and fatigue.
During this Internship we had practical experience when we visited places. It was really a very different experience by visiting these places than by reading books.
The work environment is amazing but little boring as everyone is busy with their work. Associates are very helpful though strict about their work. Submitted by Dhruv Agarwal, Institute of Law, Nirma University
My main task as a first year intern was to know about the working of the court and different benches. I had the opportunity to hear arguments in all types of court room ranging from civil to criminal cases.
Kasliwal Chambers provide to very good opportunity to improve your research skills. Every intern is supposed to take queries on law point and search for relevant case laws.
By Vedansh Sharma, Institute of Law Nirma University, 2nd Year
The best part of the internship was the Saturday classes, yes, classes where all the partners sit and ask the interns to prepare any topic on which a presentation or a small lecture is expected, but it turns out to be transformed into an extensive classroom lecture where you get to polish your concepts quite nicely.
Internship @ PKA Advocates (formerly Paras Kuhad), Jaipur: Research & Drafting Work, Friendly Environment, No Stipend
The best thing about the office were definitely the "Associates" and the "Library". Interning in this office makes you learn a lot primarily because the attitude of the associates towards you is very friendly. If you are a fan of the traditional methods and you do not mind reading a really thick volume over a cup of tea then the library would be the best place for you.