Internship Experience @ Chambers of Advocate Anuja Saxena, Delhi: Great Exposure, Stipend of Rs. 1500

Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID

Vibha Agrawal

Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Chambers of Advocate Anuja Saxena, Delhi

Application Process

Through family connections.

Duration of internship and timings

1st July, 2015 – 31st July, 2015.

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

My first impression at Ms. Anuja mam was that I am very dedicated because on the very first day I started reading the files and stuff. The infrastructure of the court was good but her chamber was up to the mark though, the room was small but it was really very well maintained.

Main tasks

My sir, Junior of Ms. Anuja Saxena mam used to handed over me the files and said to complete it all by my own. I also filed so many things all by myself like filing of P. F and wrote so many applications and other case related documents.

Sir and Mam used to tell me to appear before the courts and take adjournments in some matters. I also used to attend the clients with my sir. I used to read RCI matters as well as saw mediation matters also.

Work environment and people

Ms. Anuja Mam and Mr. Yogesh Sir were very humble, polite and they used to help a lot. They have guided me so much. They were very helping and their working environment was also very healthy and friendly.

Best things

There was a day when I was called by a Judge of district court in his chamber to come and talk, that moment I had gone mad thinking that wow! now judges call ME!

In this internship, I had presented before a Judge of Saket Court, Delhi and explained him the complete matter on my own without the presence of my seniors. That moment was one of the best moments for me because on that day, I got confidence that yes! I did it and having a huge smile on my face I came back to the chamber and explained everything to my sir then he gave me pat on my back and said well done, my child which eventually became one of the best things ever happened.

I had presented before Hon’ble Chief Justice of Delhi High Court Mrs. G. Rohini mam, though I didn’t have to say anything much) but I was the only member from our side of the respondent and I was standing without the presence of my seniors made my heart full of pride.

The best thing was that in the end the chief justice herself gave me a slight smile and that smile was THE BEST thing of that entire internship. Yeah!

Bad things

The only bad thing I felt was the travelling! Yeah! I had to go to different courts in a single day which became so hectic for me and it was so hot outside because of which it was very hard to manage. Else, everything was completely fine.


Rs. 1500

Biggest Lessons

In my second internship I had learnt that ‘Show your complete dedication towards your work then even God will find ways to help you.’

The last thing I had learnt was ‘ Give the best of your version, then you will definitely achieve THE BEST.

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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