Internship Experience @ Advocate Monika Arora, Delhi: Court Visits, Making Case Briefs

Name, College, year

Sajal Jain, Law centre 2, University of Delhi

Organisation and address

Chambers of Advocate Monika Arora, Delhi High Court, Delhi, India

Duration of internship

July 2019

How you applied?

I applied directly through a friend, but one can simply apply by writing an e-mail at

Main tasks

Attend court proceeding in Delhi High Court and read case files according to the cases on the given day. You’ll be told in which court intern have to sit accordingly with the case files in that particular court. Make briefs of cases and ask associates if you have any problem reading case or any query about that case.

Good things

One has a lot to learn during the course of the internship, reading files and attending proceedings of high profile cases. One can also go to the office in Malviya Nagar if they want to learn other office work like drafting etc

Bad things

Nothing bad as such, but you have to really show your interest in learning things. No one will spoon-feed as they all are really busy.



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