Name, College & Year of Study
Poornima Goel, Lloyd Law College, G. Noida, 3rd Year of B.A. LL.B
Name of the Organisation and its Full Address
TAS-LAW Advocates and Solicitors. Lower Ground Floor, P-2, Jangpura Extension, New Delhi- ll00l4.
Duration of Internship
December 2, 2020 – January 2, 2021.
Mode of Internship
Process of Application
My College, Lloyd Law College, G. Noida has provided me this internship at TAS-LAW. They sent me a confirmation mail for the internship and told me to report to Mr. Abhinay at this email address – firstname.lastname@example.org.
I contacted him by sending a mail for a four day leave during my internship tenure because of my prior commitments. He replied affirmatively and asked me to join as soon as I can. And asked me to send all of my details to one of his colleague Mr. Himanshu Sachdeva at email@example.com.
Then, Himanshu sir introduced me to all of the other colleagues. And added me to a Whatsapp group where four more interns were added and four mentors were already added.
They all used to assign work to each intern on a daily basis, personally, as well as on the group.
During the period of my Internship, I participated on varied subjects. I worked on cases related to the Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881; Code of Civil Procedure, 1908; Commercial Courts Act, 2015; Indian Contract Act, 1877; as well as other subjects.
Besides research, I had also been involved in drafting transfer petition for matrimonial cases to be filed before the Supreme Court of India and editing of various legal documents as well. In addition preparing notes on cases and correspondence, preparing briefs on various legal matters among others.
I also attended the Supreme Court’s virtual proceedings on the loan moratorium case.
I made briefs of around 10 -12 judgments which were passed during the month of December 2020. I was also made to learn about proof reading and was given a task to proofread a legal document.
I personally liked this internship a lot because the mentors were very supportive and kind. They used to teach everything at a very basic level and then rise up. It was an online Internship, but the teachers know the value of time, rest and leisure.
They never assigned work beyond the working hours. And they always taught me about the task, first, and then gave it to me.
After I finished my internship, I texted them several times for granting me the internship certificate but they didn’t respond even once. I had to wait for 15 days.
Then, I had to contact Mr. Abhinay sir, and he provide me with the same within a day.
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