Internship Experience @ Chambers of Advocate Zafar Ahmed Khan, Indore: Court Visits, Hear the Arguments




Advocate Zafar Ahmed Khan, High Court, Indore Bench, Madhya Pradesh

Team Strength


Application Process

I had applied through application sent to his email and then followed him up on calls.


1st June 2014 – 20th June 2014.

First Day

It was lavishly built cabin and the high court, Indore bench is well maintained in comparison to the district courts.

We used to report him in his chamber daily in the high court.

First day we were introduced to the other advocates working under him and were delegated with one.

It was a very professional environment and even lunch breaks were spent working.

Main tasks

We were only allowed to sit in the court rooms and over hear the proceedings and the arguments.

Most of our time was spent in the court itself so it was just listening the counsels argue.

The minor jobs we did was to ensure proper paper work, file documents in accordance and stationery jobs too.

A few times Sir used to discuss the cases in lieu of the concurrent judgement and proceedings of other courts so we had to be updated with them.


Overall it was a good experience.

There was not much of work which led us to just discuss on issues.

The work aspect was disappointing.

Though we got to learn a lot about how to argue and plead in a court.

Best things

The canteen food.

Bad things

No work.



Biggest Lessons

Choose your internships wisely if you want to work.

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