Internship Experience @ Chambers of Adv. Hemant Kumar, Delhi: One of the best places to learn – practically and theoretically

Name. College. Year of Study

Sambhav Jain, School of Law, GDGU, Fifth Year.

Name of the organization. City

Chambers of Advocate Hemant Kumar, New Delhi

Duration of the internship

Six weeks. July/August 2018.

How big was the office? Team strength?

The office was big enough to allow a team of 12 people work. It’s also equipped with various books including most of the bare acts which are very useful. There were total 8 interns when I was interning.

Application procedure, Internship contact details

Should apply at least 1 month before as there are selected number of seats. One can apply by mailing his/her CV at [email protected]

Timings and working days

The working hours are usually from 10 a.m to 8 p.m. You can stay till 11 p.m if you want to work and learn more.

Sunday is an off.

First impression, First day formalities etc.

I was asked to come directly to the court where I met other interns. That day I saw Hemant sir arguing and I was really impressed by his knowledge and oratory skills. Later, we came to the office which was quite clean and comfortable.

Main tasks

There were multiple tasks like researching on various legal issues, finding the most suitable case laws, filing of the cases, drafting various applications, vetting and making notes of the cases. There was never a time one could be free because the work was regularly allotted.

Best things

If you are someone who is keen to learn then trust me you will find everything great here. Every conversation here makes you learn. You are free to ask as many legal questions from sir and moreover he gives you some additional information regarding the questions asked which I consider is a brownie.

Sir and the associates really care about what you do and help you where you get stuck. At the end of the day, sir shares his experience with us and also discusses the general as well as case related legal issues. You must work really hard otherwise you will start losing sir’s trust and the opportunities.

Bad things

Nothing bad but there’s plethora of work so some might find this place a bit challenging.

Stipend/ month


Biggest lessons

Personally speaking, my perception regarding how laws are to be read changed a lot. I learned how to give a more comprehensive approach towards the laws and was also able to relate with the practical experience I had while interning there.

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