· Name of the institution
Lex Maven Law Firm, Indore
· Name of intern, college and year
Harshdeep Pandey, 3rd year B.B.A.LLB student from Government New Law College (GNLC), Indore.
1st November 2019 to 30th November 2019
· Application process with contact detail
· First day formality
On the very first day of internship I was asked to report at High Court of Indore Campus at 10.00 a.m. then there I was assigned to one of the associates who allotted me work whole day.
The office was good there where two computer system for the interns to whom the researching task were assigned. law journals, case files, and law books all over the office which gives it a very nice office environment.
· Main task
In court, the main task was to arrange various files according to their court room, and then have to present the various file to the presentation room and help the associates with their work.
In office, the main task was to research various case laws and to make case briefs, and other work which were provided by the associates
· Work environment and peers
The work environment was very good and friendly. All the associates and both Advocate Vikas Rathi and Advocate Akash Rathi (partners in the firm) were very supportive, specially Akash sir, he bestowed me with his knowledge whenever I asked him about any thing relating work he was always open to help.
There was no stipend given in cash to me. But materials given in kind were more than cash. At the end of my internship, I received my certificate signed by Akash Sir.
· Best thing
Best things of my internship were to work in a routine and kind guidance of the people working there, they are supportive and very cool when it comes to having fun. Office atmosphere is so amazing there.
· Worst thing
There was nothing bad there.
· Office timing
Office timing were 10.30 am to 7.00 pm but some times I have to extend the timing to complete my task
I have residence in Indore so accommodation was not an issue, but there are many PGs and hostel for whom who comes from out of station.
Government New Law College