Saturday, March 6, 2010

Tips to land your dream law firm internship in your second year

There was once a time when law firms were few and law schools were fewer still, good law firms are still rare but number of law schools have exploded exponentially. A direct fallout has been gradual worries in getting an internship opportunity at the top law firms, in this post I would like to share some tips on how to beat the competition and land the dream law firm internship which may well be the first step in getting absorbed by the same firm or even better ones. I have interned at over six law firms in last 5 years including firms in big four, boutique IP firms, old firms where the furniture could well have been used since time of Wellesley, so whatever experience I have gathered I would like to share it with you all. To get best results try to implement these tips in your second/third year unless of course your father owns the firm; in other words this post target audience is second and third years.
Tips 1: Prepare a Good CV – this is going to be the window of opportunity to showcase yourself to the guy sitting on the opposite side of the table/PC, first thing CV should never be more than 2 pages, people often make a mistake of sending long CVs having 5-6 pages!!! Don’t waste your and the other guy’s time, second follow the CRC (or whatever your college calls the committee which tries to get everyone placed at the end of the 5 year course, conditional to the fact, after they get placed first) CV style sheet every college has its own (whatever you do don’t stray beyond Garamond or Times New Roman fonts, remember this is not a calligraphy contest) and the regular HR guys or the recruiting partner would know by the layout which college you are from, in case you want to explore other styles try to stick to any of the other law school styles, don’t take up style sheet provided by the job portals they are not worth the effort. Now lets discuss the substance in the CV, first the marks, if you are from a name-brand college like NLS, NUJS, NALSAR then a 5 pointer in a 7 point scale would classify you as good property anything less than that you have hard sell yourself, as small tips many CV templates have option of ranks, put in rank if you are within the top 20 anything more than that would devalue your CV. If you are not within top 20 neither is your CGPA above 5 in a 7 point scale then mention your last sem GPA if it is above 5 or even 1 grade better than your CGPA it would allow you to later explain that you are improving over your past performance. For a non top 3 law school aspirant you have to be within top 20 to land a good internship but don’t get discouraged try to follow other tips and you may even outscore your snooty top law school colleagues. After CGPA etc. you have to provide your internship experience if you are in the second year then you must have done some NGO internship, try to also do internship at some lawyer in your first year trial court or HC, of your father is a lawyer try to get certificate from some HC lawyers also. If you were associated with any NGO at school also mention that, you can also get involved with LPOs if available at your law school (also get involved with the legal aid society at the college, these things earn dividends like long term deposits). Describe the experience in one or two lines be specific don’t write everything associated with that internship bring out the main points and highlight your responsibilities and interactions with people and peers. It would be great if you could have a firm internship however small in your first year, but if you don’t have any then it is not the end of the world. After previous experience you need to mention achievements which can be divided into three broad areas curricular achievements, co-curricular achievements and extra-curricular achievements, in the first category you may put academics related achievements like say highest marks/grade in any subjects etc. for co-curricular you need to mention winning prizes at any essay writing competitions etc. and for extra-curricular you have achievements in debate, extempore, quizzes etc. If you don’t have any such achievement yet at college mention some school achievements but it should be unambiguous that they are not university experience and try to get such experience at college (what did you do in last 2 years at college) or at least take out the relevant director of such societies on treat and get some fake certs. After achievements write down any publications that you might have got if you have no hard copy publications upload few of your last years projects on SSRN and put them in your CV as ‘Working papers’, register yourself at conferencealerts.com try to present at least 3 papers a year and mention them as ‘Conference Papers’ after all these publications talk about any positions of responsibility held, special abilities like speaking Mandarin (not cooking or driving). Finally if permitted by space then mention one or two lines about hobbies (keep them safe, don’t put something exotic like snorkeling or skiing). Also remember what not to put in CV unless specifically asked for 1) date of birth (they are not going to prepare your horoscope) 2) your fathers name and profession (unless of course he is a MP or MLA or covered by Art. 312) 3) put any achievements which are 5 years old. Also an old trick if your CV is not interesting enough or is not punchy get hold of a faculty and try to convince him/her to write some sort of reference letter praising you etc. and then put that as testimonial, try to get as many copies as possible.
Tips 2: Time the internship – With high competition for internship at top law firms it is important to get your timing of internship absolutely perfect. Usually the law schools vacations are of 8 weeks so you can squeeze two internships of 4 weeks each, preferably the first internship in your second-third year break should be at HC (judge/lawyer) the second should be at the target law firm. Try to find out seniors who might have been associated with the law firm and ask him or her when is the lean period wrt number of interns (a word of caution with the big four there is hardy any lean time), try to see if you could fit yourself at that lean time, if your vacation is not in that period and your target firm is in the same city as your law school then it is not a bad idea to do a ‘Running internship’ which basically means that by the end of the college day (which should be by 2 pm) you should go to the firm and intern and to compensate for the loss of time in the morning stay till say 8-10 in the evening (running internship are very demanding so apply at your own risk). Also sometime in the mid semester breaks (like say Ganesh Chaturthi, Diwali, Durga Puja) the break may be extended to 3-4 weeks squeeze in an internship there, always be at the lookout (much like the facebook newsfeed) about any new developments and plan 4-5 months ahead.
Tips 3: Actual Application – Most applications are by email, some are by hand (some are by reference) while others may be (rarely) by post. Apply at least 2-3 months before the target time as found out by the previous tips. In the application kit will be your CV and a cover letter. This cover letter should be short concise and yet enticing enough that the person wants to go through the CV. A simple sample letter could be like:
To, DATED:
The Manager,
HR Department,
[FIRM NAME]
Sub: Request for grant of permission for internship.
Dear Sir/Madam,
I [YOUR NAME] am [***] year law student from [COLLEGE NAME].
Per the rules of the university, each student is to undergo internships at Law firms, Senior Advocates, Companies, NGOs etc. in order to gain practical experience and be able to understand ‘law in action’.
Therefore I would like to request you to kindly allow us to intern at your reputed Law firm for last three weeks of [MONTH, YEAR].
Yours sincerely
[YOUR NAME]
Enclosed: CV and testimonial
Prepare to apply to at least 10-15 firms, send them emails and if possible also visit them before you do so and talk to the person who usually allots internship, if the person is a partner then chances of getting internship in second year is less, if the person is a new associate then the chances would depend on your persuasion skills (chat up and never take no for no). Try not to take your parents along with you in such internship hunts, it shows lack of confidence. While mailing the applications don’t forget to attach the CV and the scanned testimonials, also try to add personal touch by addressing the receiver by name (if known). If you apply by post then speed post them and if you apply in person then put a date on the cover letter. Also don’t CC the emails at one go, if you are really lazy then at least BCC them. If you are really desperate try CV dropping where you go to an area with high concentration of law firms and then move from one office to another handing out CVs and cover letters (don’t forget to fill up the particulars in the cover letter while waiting at the reception). From personal experience CV dropping is a low risk high value opportunity, chances of success is higher also you get to meet beautiful receptionists throughout the day (who might as well put your CV into shredder as soon as you walk out of the office).
Tips 4: Follow up – There are several strategies to follow up on the application, some call up the person as soon as the email is send thus adding a personal touch to the non personal email communication, others take a long term approach. You may follow a mix of these two call up seniors who may have given you some information about the firm and the wait out for 3 weeks no reply may mean that the application hasn’t been processed, so send in a reminder mail CC to every person you know at the firm and try to get hold of the HR guy at the firm over telephone. If you are hell bent on getting into that firm then you may also pay a visit to the firm. Sometimes the law firm may call you up and try to enquire about timings etc. try to convince the person to send an email also (this would on record also you would get to know the email id of the person which might be different from the address that you had sent your application to).
Tips 5: Irrespective of outcome don’t be stressed out – Don’t get upset if you don’t get internship at the firm of your dream the wide net that you have cast would surely get you a fish, sorry firm or two (you can also land a shark). Always ask for evaluation from firms that rejected you, this would help you to analyze why you didn’t make the cut was it because of inexperience or low marks etc. This way you would be better prepared to apply next time, also there will always be screw-ups as evident from the letter below which was in reply to a written internship application submitted to a mid sized firm when I was in my second year. As you can see I made few mistakes, I forgot to put date (and I was a law student) and I didnt do research on timing my internship and as a result the time I applied for was a holiday at the firm.
So never give up and never say no.
APPENDIX: Contacts of Law firms (all gathered from public domain, but have been last checked for authenticity in 2007)
Advani & Co.
Mr. Hiroo Advani
Advani & Co.
10 Thakur Niwas, Level 2
173 J. Tata Road
Mumbai - 400 020
Ph- 022 2281 8381
ALG India Law Offices
Rakesh Prasad (Partner)
30 Siri Fort Road,
New Delhi -110049
(T) 011-26252244
(F) 011-26251585
ALMT Legal
Ms. Statira Ranina
ALMT Legal
4th Floor, Express Towers
Nariman Point
Mumbai - 400 021
Ph# 022 -6636 7044
Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh Shroff & Co.
Bombay
Mr. Cyril Shroff
Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co.
AMSS, Peninsula Chambers
Peninsula Corporate Park
Ganpat Rao Kadam Marg,
Lower Parel, Mumbai 400 013
Ph: 022-24964455
Address the email to
CC the email to Jijmon Joseph at jijimon.joseph@amarchand.com and Reeba Chacko at reeba.chacko@amarchand.com
Delhi
Mr. Shardul Shroff
Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co.
Amarchand Towers,
216 Okhla Industrial Estate, Phase III,
New Delhi- 110020.
011-26920500
CC the email to Ms. Bithika Anand at bithika.anand@amarchand.com
Amitabh Sen & Co
Ms. Sushma
Suite 601 F,
5 Hailey Road,
New Delhi- 110001
Ph- 91-11-2335-2365.
Anand and Anand
Mr. Pravin Anand
Anand & Anand
B-41 Nizammudin East,
New Delhi –110013,
Ph: 011 - 2435 0360, 2435 5076
Send email to Ms. Shivagami at shivagami@anandandanand.com
ARA Law
Mr. Rajesh N. Begur/ Ms. Anooshree Sinha
ARA Law
Agra Building, 1st floor
121 MG Road, Fort
Mumbai, 400023
Ph: 022-2281 1700
AZB & Partners
Mr. Abhijit Joshi
AZB & Partners (Mumbai)
23rd Floor, Express Towers
Nariman Point,
Mumbai - 400021
Ph: 91-22-66396880
CC the email to Rinki Ganguli at rinki.ganguli@azbpartners.com
Bangalore
Mr. Vivek Chandy
Ms. Malini Raju
AZB House,
67-4, 4th Cross
Lavelle Road
Bangalore 560001
080-22129782
Delhi
Mr. Hardeep Sachdeva
AZB & Partners (Delhi)
F-40, NDSE, Part I
New Delhi-110049
Tel:011 2461 7697
CC the email to Sudha R at sudha.r@azbpartners.com
Bhasin & Co.
Ms. Lalit Bhasin
Bhasin & Co.
10, Hailey Road, 10 th Floor,
New Delhi-110001
Ph- 9111-23322601 / 23315024
Bhatt & Saldanha
Mr. Adil K. Patel
Maker Bhavan
No.1, First Floor
Vithaldas Thackersey Marg
Mumbai – 400 020
Ph- 022 2631 4987
e-mail – bhatsald@bhattsaldanha.com
BMR & Associates
Mr. Mandeep Singh
Great Eastern Centre,
1st floor, 70 Nehru Place,
New Delhi-110019,
tel - 011 3081 5000
Crawford Bayley & Co.
Mr. Sanjay Asher
Crawford Bayley & Co
State Bank Buildings
Bank Street
Mumbai - 400023
Ph – 022- 22663713/22665443/22662660
Dave Girish and Co.
Ms. Mona Bhide
Dave Girish & Co.
1st Floor, Sithna Building
55 Maharshi Karve Road
(Queens Road), Marine Lines
Mumbai - 400002
Ph: 91-22-22062192/132
Desai & Diwanji & Co.
Mr. Jai Diwanji
Lentin Chambers,
Dalal Street, Fort
Mumbai- 400 023
DH Law Associates
Mr. S. Srivastava
D.H. Law Associates
502, Prospect Chambers, 5th Floor
317/3210, D.N. Road, Fort,
Mumbai-400 001
Ph- 022 2204 2493
DSK Legal
Ms. Bernadette Carvalho
DSK Legal Advocates & Solicitors
4th Floor, Express Towers
Nariman Point
Mumbai - 400 021
Ph: 022 6658 8000
Dua Associates
Mr. V.K. Gogia
Tolstoy House,
15, Tolstoy Marg,
New Delhi-110001
011 23714408
send email to: Ms. Shilpa Singh at shilpasingh@duaassociates.com
Economic Laws Practice
Mr. Rohan Shah
Economics Law Practice
Advocates and Solicitors
1502, Dalamal Towers, Nariman point,
Mumbai – 400 021,
Tel: 022 66371979
CC the email to Ms. Priya Sawant(9819251484) at
Fox, Mandal, Little & Co
Mr. Trivedi
Fox, Mandal, Little & Co
Central Bank Building, 2nd Floor
M.G. Road, Fort
Mumbai 400 023
Tel: 91 22 2265 2739
Bangalore
Mr. Shuva Mandal
FM House
No. 6/12, Primrose Road
Gurappa Avenue
Bangalore 560065
080-25595911
Mr. Som Mondal
Fox, Mandal, Little & Co.
FM House
A-9, Sector 9
Noida - 201301
Tel: 0120 2444567
CC the email to Ms. Nivedita Dhar at
Gandhi and Associates
Mr. V. Gandhi
Gandhi & Associates
'A' Wing, Nariman Road, Vile Parle (E)
Mumbai- 400 057
Tel: 91 22 2614 2237
Seth Associates
Ms. Karnika Seth
Partner & Head, Corporate Practice
B-10, Sector 40,
NOIDA-201301, N.C.R, India
Tel: +91 (120) 4352846, +91 (120) 2500052, +91 9810155766
Fax: +91 (120) 4331304
E-mail: mail@sethassociates.com
www.sethassociates.com
J Sagar
Delhi Office
Maj. Raana
84-E, C-6 Lane (Off Central Avenue) 
Sainik Farms 
New Delhi-110 062 
India 
Tel # (91-11) 2955 2714/715/716 
Fax # (91-11) 2955 2717/2980 
Email to Amitabh Sharma- Mobile # (91) 9818477640 Extn: 274
Email: amitabh@jsalaw.com
Bangalore
Sajai Singh (Partner)
4121/B, 19th A Main, 6th Cross
HAL II Stage Extension
Bangalore- 560038
Jehangir Gulabbhai & Bilimoria & Daruwalla
Mr. Daruwala
Rajabahadur Mandion,
20, Ambalal Doshi Marg,
Hamam Street,
Mumbai - 400023
Tel: 91 22 2263 3132
JurisCorp
Mr. F. Daruwala
Ms. Amokhee Dastidar (09833583208)
Juris Corp
1210, Maker Chambers 'V'
Nariman Point
Mumbai – 400021
Ph- 022 6633 8671/22043575/3576
Kanga and Co.
Mr. Ashish Bhakta
Kanga & Co.
Readymoney Mansion, No. 43
Veer Nariman Road
Mumbai 400 001
Tel: 9122 2288 6541
CC the email to Ms. Prachi Shah at
Khaitan & Co.
Ms. Vandana Singh
Khaitan & Co.
Meher Chambers,
4th & 5th Floors, R.K. Marg
Ballard Estate
Mumbai 400 038
Ph- 022 6636 5000
Kolkata office
Mr. R. N. Jhunjhunwala
Emerald House
1-B, Old Post Office street
Kolkata 700 001
033-22487000
Kochhar & Co.
Mumbai Office
Mr. Rajarshi Chakrabarty
17th Floor, Nirmal Building,
Nariman Point
Mumbai 400021
022-66559701-04
022-66370031-32
KPMG
Mr. Sunder Sarma
KPMG House
Kamala Hills Compound
448 Senapati Bapat Marg
Lower Parel, Mumbai – 400013
022-39896000
Krishna & Saurastri
Mr. Sunil Krishna
Krishna & Saurastri
KK Chamber, 1st Floor
(Behind ICICI Bank)
FPTM Marg, DN Road, Fort
Mumbai – 400 001
Ph- 022 6655 0606
Lakshmi Kumaran and Sridharan
Mr. Lakshmi Kumaran
Lakshmi Kumaran & Sridharan
B 6/10 Safdarjung Enclave,
New Delhi – 110029
011-41299800/ 011-41299819(direct line to HR)
Send email to Prachi R Vaidya, Manager HR, at hrd@lakshmisri.com
Lall & Sethi
Mr. Upam Singh
Lall & Sethi Advocates
M - 19A, South Extension II
New Delhi – 110049
Ph: 011 - 2625 3906, 2625 7845.
Lex Nexus
Ms. Binita Hathi
LEX Nexus
24-B, Rajabahadur Compound
Office No. 112-D, 2nd Floor
Ambalal Doshi Marg, Fort
Mumbai 400002
Tel: +91-22-22659969
Clairvolex
Ms. Aarti Khatri,
709/710 Tolstoy House, 15-17 Tolstoy Marg,
New Delhi-110001
011-23716565
Luthra & Luthra Law Offices
Mr. Rajiv K Luthra
Luthra & Luthra Law Offices
103, Ashoka Estate, 24, Barakhamba Estate,
New Delhi – 110001
Tel: 91-11-4121 5100
CC the email to Ms. Ruchi Chopra at rchopra@luthra.com and Roydal Simon at rsimon@luthra.com
Majmudar & Co.
Mr. Akil Hirani
Majmudar & Co.
96 Free Press House,
Free Press Journal Marg
Nariman Point,
Mumbai - 400 021
Ph: 022 6630 7272
CC the email to Ms. Geetha
Malvi Ranchoddas & Co.
Ms. Girija Balakrishnan
Malvi Ranchoddas and Company
Yusuf Building
3rd Floor M.G. Road
Mumbai - 400023
Ph: 022 66331801
Mr. Meharia
Meharia Reid & Associates
9 Old Post Office Street
Second Floor
Kolkata – 1
Tel: 22484261/6365
Mulla & Mulla & Craigie Blunt & Caroe
Mr. Shardul Thacker
Mulla & Mulla & Craigie Blunt & Caroe
Mulla House
51 MG Road, Fort
Mumbai-400001
Ph: 022 22044960/22875121
New Delhi Law Offices
Ms. Sunita Narhari
New Delhi Law Offices
Rajendra Bhawan,
5th Fl., 210 Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg.
New Delhi 110 002
Ph# 011-23221416
send email to rakesh ojha at rko@ndlosouth.com
Nishith Desai Associates
Shameela Zaidi
Nishith Desai Associates
93-B, Mittal Court
Nariman Point
Mumbai 400 021
Ph: 022 6669 5000
O. P. Khaitan & Co.
Ms. Bela Maheshwari
O P Khaitan & Co.
Khaitan House, B-1 Defence Colony,
New Delhi 110024
Tel: 91 11 2433 7516/7
Ms. Ritika
P & A Law Offices
Mr. Anand Pathak
P & A Law Offices (Pathak & Associates)
1st Floor, Dr. Gopal Das Bhavan,
28, Barakhamba Road,
New Delhi - 110 001
Ph: 011-2373 8793, 2335 7345.
Ms. Priyadarshini Dev priyad@palawoffices.com
P.H Parekh & Co.
Mr. P.H.Parekh/Mr. Sandeep Parekh/ Mr. Sameer Parekh
P.H. Parekh & Co.
Parekh Chambers,
30 School Lane, Bengali Market
New Delhi 110001
Ph: 011 2331 1553
Paras Kuhad & Associates
Kolkata
Mr. Niloy Pyne
41, Chowringhee, Komal Building,
2nd Floor,
Kolkata 700071
30287607 (direct line to mr pyne)
Bombay Office
Ms. Sheila Shetty
903 Peninsula Towers
Peninsula Corporate Park
Ganpatrao Kadam Marg
Lower Parel, Mumbai 400 013
022-66695959
Poovayya & Co
Mr. Sajan Poovayya
Poovayya & Co.
12/2 Haudin Road
Bangalore 560 042
Rajinder Narain & Co.
Mr. Ravinder Nath
14 F, Shivam building,
Connaught Place,
New Delhi 110 001,
Tel: 91 11 23 31 3232
Saha & Ray
Mr. Avik Saha,
Saha & Ray,
3A/1 Hastings Chambers,
7C Kiran Shankar Roy Road,
Kolkata –700001.
Ph: 22426439
Singhania & Co.
Mr. Ashish Singhal
Singhania & Co.
83-C, Mittal Towers
Nariman Point
Mumbai – 400021
Ph- 022 22049773
Kolkata Office
Mr. Pulak Bagchi (Partner)
Call at 22492759/22295093/22295088 and find out the address and send brochure
Thakker & Thakker
Mr. B.J. Thakker
Thakker and Thakker
Nirmal, 20th Floor
(Opp. The Oberoi Towers)
Nariman Point,
Mumbai - 400 021
Tel: 91 22 6630 8000
Titus and Co.
Mr. Manjeet Titus
4 TITUS HOUSE, R-4 & R-77A,
LEVELS 1-4, GREATER KAILASH-1,
NEW DELHI - 110 048,
Tel: 91 11 2647 0700
Tottenham India Law Associates
Mr.Deepak Bhattacharya
Tottenham India Law Associates
A-170, Defence Colony,
New Delhi 110024
Email to Chaman Lal Kalia clkalia@hotmail.com
Trilegal
Mumbai Office
Mr. Karan Singh
201, Phoenix House,
462 Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel
Mumbai 400013
022 2481 9999
CC the email Ms. Parveen Khodaijishah at parveen.khodaijishah@trilegal.com and Ms. Anjana Mahimkar at anjana.mahimkar@trilegal.com
Delhi Office
Mr. Sameer Guha
E-514, GK II,
New Delhi 110048
Tel: 91 11 5163 9393
Bangalore Office
Mr. Atul Gupta
2, Cassa Grande,
18/3, 3rd Cross Road,
Nandidurga Road Extension,
Bangalore 560046
080-41515252/5210
Udwadia Udeshi & Co.
Ms. Marie
Udwadia & Udeshi
Thomas Cook Building, 2nd & 3rd Floor, 324 D N Road, Fort
Mumbai – 400001
Ph- 022 2288 3345
Wadia Ghandhy Associates
Ms. Bindi Dave
Wadia & Ghandy
N.M. Wadia Buildings
123 Mahatma Gandhi Road
Mumbai 400 023
Tel: 91 22 2267 0669
CC the email to Nikeeta Kaspale at
Zeus Law Associates
Ms. Prerna Kohli
R - 89, Greater Kailash - I,
New Delhi - 110 048
Tel No. : +91 11 4173 3090
Fax No.: +91 11 4173 3094
Mobile No: +91 9810335347
SNR ASSOCIATES
Mr. Rajat Sethi
K 40, Connaught Circus
New Delhi – 110 001
Tel: +91-11-4289 8000
Fax: +91-11-4289 8001
rsethi@snrlaw.in
CC email to Sudip Mahapatra at smahapatra@snrlaw.in

17 comments:

  1. Hi all there has been some controversy regrading the email contacts, I would like to state that they are mainly collated from http://indianlawfirms.wordpress.com/, http://www.silf.org.in/directory/index.asp, http://www.silf.org.in/directory/index1.asp, http://www.shvoong.com/law-and-politics/1636116-legal-internships-information/, http://manishclc.blogspot.com/2009/03/legal-internship-in-india.html and http://www.silf.org.in/directory/SILF%20law%20firms.doc

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  2. Hey! I found this interesting too...'From Internship to PPO'
    http://www.legallyindia.com/568-from-internship-to-ppo-pre-placement-offer-wake-up-and-smell-the-coffee

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  3. @ Junat Singh, yeah I liked it too, especially the part abt the legal beagle & legal eagle ;)

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  8. really nice article.
    could i know how to apply for a job...as in shall i apply before 6 months of passing out?

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  9. Hey really great work and by the way it is'nt SNR its S & R Associates, the address is
    S&R Associates
    64 Okhla Industrial Estate Phase III
    New Delhi 110 020
    Tel: +91-11-4069 8000
    Fax: +91-11-4069 8001
    For the email do cc the mail at akumar@snrlaw.in

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  10. Thanks for taking the time to discuss this, would you mind updating your blog with more information? It is extremely helpful for me.

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  11. Can anyone tell me do law firms in Bangalore send rejection letters for internships and job applications?

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    1. Keep following up with the concerned law firm

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  12. Nice blog. I had fun reading this. And it is easy to understand. Nice going.
    Attorney Macon

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