Nishant Sharma

Name of College

B.A.LLB (Hons.) 5 years integrated course at UILS Panjab University, Chandigarh

Year of Study


Duration of Internship

Intern at High Court and District Court of Chandigarh in July 2015 in the Chamber of Sri. Charanjeet Singh Bakshi.

I appeared as intern before the Hon’ble High court of Justice Paramjeet Singh observe cases relating to civil disputes.

Title transfer of property, motor vehicle accident cases, negotiable Instruments and Criminal Matters. Civil disputes, consumer cases, insurance and revenue matters.

Writ petitions, all kind of civil suits, criminal matters & prepared deeds, legal notices and representations.

All kind of litigation especially property issue involved including property rights, injunction suits, labor disputes & consumer disputes.


Good in oration, managerial skills, learn drafting and pleadings, quality documentation & specialized in conveyance and active and good listener.

Career Objective 

To obtain a Challenging and meaningful position where I can put into acts my educational skills and abilities & work for the achievement.

Currently- studying in last semester of B.A.LLB as a student in UILS since 2011 to till date.


Possess Excellent Co-ordination and Communication Skills with Ability to Work under pressure and conceptual aspects.

Well acquainted of matters related with civil & criminal nature.

Working knowledge of computers and internet surfing and courage of latest news & developments.

This entry has been submitted for the LexisNexis-Lawctopus Internship Experience Writing Competition 2015-2016. iPleaders is the learning partner for this competition.


  1. Dear Nishant Sharma,

    In academic point of view your internship experiences are very good. But to practice Law commence your journey from in case of Civil .. Junior Civil Judge Courts, in case of Criminal First Class Judicial Magistrate Courts. Directly joining the office of a Public Prosecutor .. relating to District Courts or Addl. Dist Courts or High Courts may not be useful to have in-depth knowledge relating to procedural aspects.

    My sincere suggestion to the young Law Interns and young Advocates is commence your journey from the Trial Courts. Understand the structure of the Courts at district and mandal level. At this level specialization is not possible. If you want to practice you have to practice either Civil or Criminal Laws only. Very less opportunities to practice Direct and Indirect Tax Laws, Port Laws, Central Excise, Customs, Banking and Insurance or Labour laws. Like in State Capitals opportunities for the Advocates at the Dist. level is very less.

    While you are learning everything looks like very wonderful but in reality .. real practice is different. Highly experienced Sr. Advocates commenced their Law Practice from the Trial Courts. Use wisdom to take right decision.

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