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Internship @ Chambers of Justice Mahanty, Odisha: Case Notes and Homework, Networking Opportunities, Fabulous Experience

After the final day of the Justice Mahanty internship, I was handed a kindly worded internship certificate, wished luck for my future.
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Judicial Clerkship/Internship @ Office of Hon’ble Justice RK Agrawal, Supreme Court, New Delhi: An Enlightenment!

The essential tasks involved were preparing briefs (minimum twenty per day) and research work relating to the judgments to be delivered. The essential field of research was taxation laws.

Internship @ Justice Dipti Mahapatra, District and Sessions Court, Bhubaneswar: Attending Proceedings, No Stipend

For me, the ostensible idea of not interning at an NGO in your first year and rather at a District Court, was an utter failure since I had no clue about the procedural aspect followed in the lower courts.

Internship Experience @ Justice Rajendra Menon, MP High Court

The MP High Court, is an impressive mansion of superb architecture was constructed in 1899 by Raja Gokul Das, Grand Father of late Seth Govind Das, Former Member of Parliament. The building was designed by Henry Irwin, C.I.E., P.W.D., sometime in 1886. By Snigdha Sadanad Pimprikar, UPES, 2nd year

Internship @ Madhya Pradesh High Court, Jabalpur: The Practice and the Law School are Entirely Different

The work entailed primarily observing the workings of the courtroom, and sometimes assisting the judge with researching for precedents. This was quite possibly because I was in my first year, and a person who applies for internship when they are more aware of procedural and substantive laws, might get more of a workload.

Judicial Internship Experience @ Justice AK Pattnaik, Supreme Court: Sit there and hear the finest of arguments by reputed lawyers like Jethmalani or...

His Lordship is very friendly and down to earth. As he is a well-wisher and also a regular visitor to our University, we had a lot of time talking over many different issues. Office staffs were also very cooperative. By Abhijeet Kumar, NLUO, 4th year

Internship @ Hon’ble Justice N. Kumar, Bangalore: Professional Work Environment, Effective Guidance, No Stipend

The best thing about this internship was the fact that although the interns had to make notes about all kinds of cases during the Court proceedings, we could choose a case of our liking and work with that in depth. We were given the freedom to choose the topic under which we would be given extensive research work which had to be carried out diligently.
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