Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID
Sasha Atolia, University Five Year Law College, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 3rd Year
Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength
Singhi & Singhi Law Chambers, Jaipur
Application Process with contact details
Although I had applied for this internship through my personal contacts, but one can apply by sending a CV along with the letter of recommendation from the college to its official email id.
Duration of internship and timings
June – July, 2015
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
In the office, when I went there on the very first day, I met Anuroop Sir who was responsible there to deal and handle all the tasks related with the interns. I had a small interaction with him whereby he asked me some questions about me and my studies, my previous internships, etc. Thereafter, he gave me a file, I remember it was a civil suit, for reading and making brief of it.
The main tasks for the interns at this internship involved studying case files (mainly civil matters), finding relevant case laws, arranging and numbering the files.
Work environment and people
The working environment of this office can be described as friendly and amicable as all the associates along with other interns (there were 6 other) had a very nice behavior towards me and for each other. Anuroop Sir acted as a mentor and guide for all of us.
You learn how the suits are drafted, when to file what petition and how to find a case law which is in your favor (I mean research). Thus, that one month of internship here had helped me to learn a lot about the concepts of civil matters.
I didn’t found anything bad while working at this law chamber.
The biggest lesson that one could learn from this internship is that you need to show dedication toward your work. This is a quality that is required for sure in an advocate.
The office timings were from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm.