Internship Experience @ Chambers of Advocate Amit Aggrawal, Delhi: A great learning experience.

Name of Intern:

Ragvendra Singh Khichi, 4th Semester B.S.W. LL.B, Gujarat National Law University.

Name of the lawyer:

Adv. Mr. Amit Aggrawal, AOR.


I-11, 1st Floor, Jangpura Extension, Delhi.

Application Process:

You have to Send your internship application along with your CV at, make sure you apply 3-4 months prior to desired internship period as he takes only 2-3 interns at a time.

Duration of internship:

From 10th November 2017 to 7th December 2017 (28 Days).


10:30 am to 7:30 pm (Timings were flexible).

Main task:

During the period of an internship, I assisted with the legal research on various legal propositions mainly related to Civil Laws (Torts, Defamation, CPC, Consumer Law), Company laws, RERA etc.

I also attended court proceedings in District Court Karkardooma (Delhi), District Court Saket (New Delhi), Delhi High Court, Supreme Court and National Company Law Tribunal, New Delhi and accompanied sir in the conference with senior counsels.


It was a great learning experience interning under Amit Sir. I get to learn about many things like how to approach a problem, how to present things in the court. I mostly worked on research which improved my research skills a lot.

Good things:

The best thing about this internship is the feedback session after every task. He personally attends the interns and entertain their questions and suggests the way how to go about a particular problem. Also, the work environment is very good and associates are very helpful.

Bad things:

No Bad things as such.


I stayed in PG at Lajpat Nagar which is within a walking distance from the office. There are many paying guest near the office. Accommodation won’t be a problem.

Stipend for Internship:

It all depends on how hard you work for it. I got 5000/- as a stipend.

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