I had heard a lot about the sheer brilliance and legal acumen of Hon’ble Mr. Justice D.Y. Chandrachud and so I wanted to see the man himself in action. When that opportunity came by, I became a permanent observer of the court of Chief Justice for that one week. By Ambrish Tewari, GNLU
The internship was for Alexis Insights, the official blog of Alexis Foundation for undergraduate, and postgraduate and doctoral students interested in writing about contemporary issues in economics, public policy, psychology, law, information technology, strategy, and management.
Although this is not a new education and career path, which I had never considered before, working on these assignments, had allowed me to closely reflect on such an option and realize that it is something I am truly called to. By Vishakha Rajgarhia, NUSRL, Ranchi
My time at the firm, albeit requesting, was from multiple points of view the most cannily fortifying background I have had in that it obliged me to think imaginatively and engineer answers for a mixture of issues.
We visited several observation homes as well as child welfare homes under the juvenile justice board of delhi. We interacted with the children and filled in the questionnaires provided to us by DLSA. These questionnaires included details of the children such as their family background, the time span spent in the welfare/observation home, if they