My main task was to read case files and research on the upcoming matters in the High Court. Ma’am would ask me to prepare a case in a way in which I would argue and ask me questions after I thought I had it researched. By Tarika Jain, Gujarat National Law University, 2nd year,
It is mostly research based work, along with clerical tasks at times. Sometimes, the intern may also accompany an associate to the court proceedings. However, there is not much work pressure. Posted by Meesha Varshney
Main tasks were generally drafting and researching various cases related to Consumer Protection Act, 1986. I was also asked to draft a divorce case including clauses of domestic violence. You will also be asked to prepare a reply letter to various clients of the firm. Shared by Aunneshaa Dey. Anyone can share his/her internship
They are friendly, they give you good work, they explain concepts, they don't think you are a piece of dirt (unlike certain other law firm associates), they talk to you kindly, they involve you in discussions and most of all they are considerate.
My main task was to help all lawyers in their research. I was summoned when needed and given loads of research work on various topics like Indian Stamp act, Income Tax act, Indian Contract act, Companies act etc. I was asked to find Judgments using Manupatra, SCC etc.
For instance, if a couple's heading for divorce but one of them WANTS to make it work, would you or would you not recommend that they go in for Mediation? I was stunned by how important simple things affect your judgement of a party, especially matrimonial ones.
I hadn't even studied company law in detail when I started interning but Ms Anuradha was patient and gave me daily assignments to make me aware of the law. She would test how much I want to do and would give me work accordingly. Other associates are kind of snooty specially the younger ones),
People in the office were very supportive and give you a very quality work to do and then they also take take pains to explain you any matter in which you were facing problems and work environment was was very nice. By Ankit Gaurav, Institute Of Law, Nirma University, (III 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)
I went to the office, though the office is not too big and decorated but it is very clean and has lots of work. But the only condition is the intern has to show his interest and come on time as it is very evident that in this profession is no one will teach you
Another intern at the office and I were given the gigantic (but feel-good) work of drafting the entire litigation-related documents for a huge corporation in the issue of trademark infringement. Bottom line is, you provide your worth and you have a good (but tiring!) time. Neeati Narayan, Symbiosis Law School, Pune, 2nd year
This is the best part. In a law firm of the status of AZB & Partners, you'd expect majority of the employees to be nose deep in work right? Wrong. They have the considerable amount of freedom and flexibility when it comes to their work, and after talking to some of the Associates, it is