|Name||Thomas Phillip Advocates & Solicitors|
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Thomas Phillip Advocates & Solicitors
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LegalI learned a lot of procedural aspects of the law when I interned at TP. I had to draft a judicial review, and I had to draft a statement of claim. I also learned translation, and since I was paired with a lawyer as my "buddy", the work was not that hard. Full review »Law, University of MalayaRatings
Enjoyment Support & Guidance Environment & Location How Rewarding Was It? Average 5How many weeks was it for?3 weeksDate of completion09/2014Monthly payRM 400What did you do?
1- Research work.
2- Drafting work.
3- Translation work
4- Visited the Federal Court.
5- Moot against other interns.
6- Attend social events.What did you learn?
I learned how to apply the law, and of course, all the procedural jargon you do not learn in law school.Was your supervisor supportive?
I was paired with a buddy, Clinton. He was a practicing lawyer there. I also had to work with one of the partners, Mr. Balan. They were all very kind and understanding. They explained to me whatever I didn't know. Mr. Mathew, the boss, was also very encouraging, and he always gave us pep talks whenever he was free.What could be improved? What could you have done better?
I could have studied the procedural parts of the law first before I took it hands on.Advice for future interns?
Come to TP to improve your research skills and to be inspired by true lawyers who really work their butts off everyday to help their clients.