I recommend this firm to every law student interested in litigation and keen on learning, to intern here because this will definitely be the one of the better internships you can ask for practical knowledge.
The research work was always time bound and really interesting. Learning is an important aspect of your internship as Associates might give you research notes to prepare on topics they'd like you to know about for your own benefit.
To be Honest I was coming with 'hear-say' from my class mates who've interned earlier here that there isn't much work here. But, I was wronged the very first day; just after the basic formalities of filing up the Internship Form and getting a worksheet to be maintained throughout the course of your internship; you
Horrible first impression. I was the only intern on the first day. The HR lady assigned me a computer and a desk (which I found was used periodically by their Accountant and I had to leave the desk and sit in the lounge when he was working). But I was assigned no work the whole