Name of the Student
Shrey Kumar Garg
College and Year of Study
Jamia Millia Islamia, 2nd year.
Name of the Organization
Advocate K.M. Nataraj, Additional Solicitor General of India.
Mode of Internship
Duration of Internship
January 15, 2022, to February 15, 2022.
How did you Apply?
I applied by sending a cover letter and my CV to the email id provided.
First Day Formalities, Infrastructure, First Impression
This was an online internship. There were no formalities as such. I was assigned some tasks and research work, which I used to submit within the time period given by them.
The main tasks assigned to me were doing case research and legal research, making case briefs, and making research notes. I researched and analyzed various love jihad laws (like UP Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion of Religion Ordinance, 2020) passed by different states.
I researched whether anticipatory bail can be rejected without the application of the judicial mind and giving proper legal reasoning.
The work environment was quite good. The staff and associate advocates were cooperating. Timings for the internship were flexible and the workload was also relaxing on that part. I was successfully able to manage this internship with my online semester exams.
The good things about the internship were that I got to learn many things like reading case files, petitions, and annexures. I became sharper in my legal and case research. I was made comfortable during the internship period.
Timings for the internship were flexible and the workload was also relaxing on that part. I was successfully able to manage this internship with my online semester exams.
There weren’t any bad things as such but there were some minor issues like I could have been allowed to attend online proceedings of the Supreme Court.
Accommodation & Conveyance to Office
Since this was an online internship, there is no question of accommodation and travelling to the office.
There was no stipend. No stipend could have matched the learnings, experiences and memories from this internship.
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