Internship Experience @ The Chambers of Law, New Delhi: Research on CPC, Family Law, Court Fees Act {S}

Name of the intern

Tanya Arora, Amity Law School, Noida. 4 th Semester

Name of the organisation

The Chambers of Law, New Delhi [TCL]

Duration of internship

June 2016

About the firm

TCL is located in South Extension Part II, New Delhi. This firm, headed by Mr. Anupam Srivastava deals with the civil side of litigation. The firm inspite of being small in size, has a large clientele including a number of high profile clients.

Process of application

I got in through a source. You can apply by mailing your CV to Ms. Sharmishta Ghosh, Associate at

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10:30 am to 7:30 pm. Six days a week.


On the first day, I was introduced to all the associates and interns.

Main work was research pertaining to CPC, Family Law, Court Fees Act, Suit Valuation Act etc. Inspite of being in the earlier stages of my graduation, I was given the opportunity to draft evidences and sit in a client meeting as well.

Best things

The work environment is extremely relaxed and organized and the associates are easily approachable.

Scope for learning is humungous here.

The best part about TCL apart from the things mentioned above is that it is extremely close knit and everyone is super friendly.

Interning at TCL was an extremely satisfying experience.

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