Internship Experience @ Advocate KTS Tulsi, Delhi: Drafting Work and Research on Current Affairs, Stipend of Rs. 7500

Name of the Intern

Sahil Sharma, Symbiosis Law School Noida

Name of Organisation

Chambers of KTS Tulsi, Moti Lal Nehru Marg, New Delhi. (Near Udyog Bhavan Metro station)

Application Process

The application procedure is surprisingly simple even though it’s a huge name to work for.

You have to send in your CV to the official email address i.e. and do a regular follow-up by calling their office every once in a while.

Make sure to apply well in advance.

Duration of internship

4th September – 30th September 2017

First impression

Amazing infrastructure!

On the 1st day you have to submit your confirmation letters and on the 1st days itself the internship started with a kick-start and we interns were assigned different works.

There were no formalities as such but a small introduction session during the lunch break with Mr. Tulsi.

There was no division of teams as such and thus whosoever wanted to work, could get it by approaching any of the associates.

The office is well furnished with a decent library.

Main tasks

Interns were required to assists associates in different cases. Usually, we made case research from SCC Online, Manupatra etc.

Interns are also required to report to the Supreme/High/District Court as per the cause list allotted. If you get lucky you will get to attend the conferences with the client as well.

We were engaged in drafting, preparing notes on cases, preparing briefs on various current issues of national importance.

There was also some research work sometimes or preparing a case brief for Mr Tulsi.

There was also some research work sometimes or preparing a case brief for Mr Tulsi.

Apart from work, the office organises Moot Court Competitions where all interns are divided into 2 teams and moot problems were assigned.

It was an amazing experience to argue with your peers on issues of national importance.

We also got an opportunity to have a show-round in Parliament as Mr Tulsi is also a member of Parliament.

Work environment

The associates were extremely friendly and helpful.

They were good to interact with. To sum up there were lazy days and busy days.

Best things

The best thing for all the intern was the privilege to share lunch table with Tulsi sir himself.

The 2nd best thing were the moot courts, where all intern got an opportunity to present their arguments before Tulsi Sir.

There is unlimited access to coffee and tea machine when there is no work the interns can chill and talk in the conference room.

Bad things

There was no bad thing as such.


Rs 7500

Disclaimer: Internship experiences are opinions shared by individual law students and tend to be personal and subjective in nature. The internship experiences shared on Lawctopus are NOT Lawctopus official views on the internship.

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