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Internship Experience at Adv Mohammad Aseef Office [1 Month]: Vibrant Environment; No Stipend; Knowledge Sessions

Name of the Student

Anonymous

College and Year of Experience

School of Law, Veltech University; 5th year, B.A.LL.B (Hons)

Name and Address of Organisation

Adv Mohammad Aseef Office, No.336, show Wallace building, Thambu Chetty Street, CH-1 (opposite high court MBA gate).

Duration of Internship

1 Month.

How Did You Apply?

Via recommendation.

First-Day Formalities, Infrastructure, First Impression

The office exuded a warm and inviting atmosphere, where the friendly staff eagerly assigned tasks as soon as you walked in. Despite its bustling activity, the environment proved ideal for cultivating meaningful connections.

Within moments, you’d find yourself mingling with both experienced advocates and fellow interns, fostering valuable professional relationships. Moreover, the infrastructure was impeccably maintained, ensuring a comfortable and efficient workspace.

Main Tasks

The primary responsibilities within the office encompassed a multifaceted array of tasks, including case finding, thorough research, meticulous drafting, and the preparation of suit filings. In addition to these substantial assignments, there was a call for proficiency in various minor clerical duties.

These entailed a meticulous examination of case laws, necessitating a keen eye for detail and an in-depth understanding of legal precedents. Moreover, the role encouraged proactive engagement with colleagues, fostering collaborative efforts and the exchange of insights within the dynamic professional environment.

Work Environment

Overall, the work environment was both vibrant and intellectually stimulating, making it an ideal setting for personal and professional growth in the field. The office’s commitment to professional growth and development was evident. Training opportunities and knowledge-sharing sessions were common, encouraging employees to continuously enhance their skills and stay updated with the latest industry trends.

Good Things

A friendly, supportive and workaholic place to learn the basics of procedural law. Within the office, the accomplished Advocates presented a compelling narrative of their professional journeys, serving as a wellspring of motivation for me to strive for excellence, expand my knowledge, and foster personal growth.

Bad Things

As far as I observed the work environment, mentoring guidance and the workforce as a team involved nothing was found bad. Everything is professionally and morally the best an intern can get. The office only helped to boost and upgrade knowledge and even was cooperative in helping with your internship diary.

Stipend

No stipend.

Note: This internship experience was first published on Jan 11, 2024. We have republished it on July 11, 2024.

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