Heena is a law graduate from School of Law, KIIT University. Coming from a non-legal non-NLU background she believes that legal internships play a very important role in one's career. It ensures the holistic development of a law student. She is glad that she can be of some help to students of this generation and it gives her immense pleasure and satisfaction at the end of the day when she knows that she can be of some help in building someone else's career!
Mansi is a student at Department of Law, PIMR, Indore. Undergoing various internship experiences, she is of the opinion that it takes more than theoretical knowledge to excel in a field and internships are something which can make you the best. She is passionate about being a part of LawInternships which provides a platform for the law students to become the best version of themselves through internships!
Harshita is a fourth-year student at Institute of Law, Nirma University. She firmly believes that books can only impart knowledge but the learning is complete only when one gets to apply the knowledge in the field. It is very crucial for any law student to secure internships to learn and grow and she considers it a bliss to be able to help students learn by providing them internship opportunities through the LawInternships platform!
Ridhi is a third-year student at Government Mohindra College, Patiala. Studying in a non-NLU college, she firmly believes that a good internship opportunity helps a student in gaining practical knowledge that the student might not be exposed to otherwise. She is of the opinion that LawInternships is an organization that helps a law student excel in their career through experiential learning and wants to do her every bit for helping out her fellow students!
Divya is a final-year law student studying at Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College, Bengaluru. She believes that the knowledge gained during your law school must not be confined to exam papers but also be applied practically. Internships help you with a better understanding of the status quo as it provides you exposure to multifarious people, situations and field of law. She deems it an honor to be able to help her fellow law students by providing them with internship opportunities and developing the law fraternity through LawInternships!
Sajal is a second-year law student studying at JLU, School of Law, Bhopal. He understands that learning law from books and implementing the same law in real life are like two sides of a coin. LawInternships came into his journey of life when he needed guidance the most and is enthusiastic about witnessing the impact that a growing platform like LawInternships can have on upcoming legal professionals.