Internship Experience at Hindustan Law Firm, Delhi: Research and Drafting Work, Good Working Environment


Full name of the Organisation, City and State

Hindustan Law Firm, Jangpura Extension, Delhi

About the Organisation

Hindustan Law Firm is situated in I-8 Jangpura Extension in Delhi. The legal firm was established in 1959 by Pandit Krishan Dayal Bhardwaj Advocate.

Student Name, College and Year of Study



01st June 2017 to 30th June 2017

Application Process

Any student who is pursuing law can apply for the internship at the said organization by sending cvs along with a cover letter. Also, a student can check the official website for any further clarification.

First Day Formalities Initial Impressions

At the first day, I found many of the co-interns present there in the conference room where HR briefed us about the formalities we are required to fulfil & all the students were made aware of the rules & regulations to which we have to adhere to while present in the premises.

After that, the work is being assigned to us in the group of five members each involving one head who will solve any query if any of it arises during the time of work.

Main Tasks

Since I was very young so mainly different I was required to deal with the research & the drafting of the plaint under the guidance of the head.

It was such a good time working at that place under the guidance of renowned lawyers.

Good Things

It was my first internship which I did at Hindustan Law Firm. As I was in the 2nd year only but still I had learnt things of practical nature. The place was quite learning because of the presence of learned associates.

They always encouraged me towards my work & play a vital role in making my work efficient. Even my co-interns were so co-operative that they never made me feel uncomfortable as being the only junior in the whole group I never felt dejected. Even the discussions took place many times on the current issues which always ponder in me new concepts.

Bad Things

Truly speaking I could not find anything bad in my whole internship tenure.


I got Rs. 3000/-

Accommodation Commute

I stayed at my aunt’s house as I live in Panipat & it is quite difficult to travel directly from Panipat.

Other Info

It was a golden chance for me to interact with such persons as they seldomly asks us about how the work is going on & if any difficulty arises in that regard.

Also, the office canteen was quite good where we like to spend some time at break time. I really found this place the best one & wish everyone should intern here at least once.

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