Internship Experience @ Judicial Training and Research Institute (JTRI), Lucknow: Get to interact with the judges


Ankit Kumar


Judicial Training and Research Institute (JTRI), Lucknow

5 judges

Application Process

You can apply to by sending all the required documentation for internship

If you have personal connection, you can approach them

Or you can contact them on the following numbers:

Chairman: (0522) 2300546

Director: 22725906


My internship period was 1st June, 2015 – 15th June.

First Day

My first impression of the office was very good.

I got this internship through a personal contact.

On first day, I had a discussion with the Director of JTRI (Hon’ble Mr. Justice Sibghat Ullah Khan). He was writing a research paper in the field of criminal law. So, he gave me work to study about it.

The Institute is located in tranquil surroundings, spread over an area of 32 acres, away from the din and bustle of the city in Vineet Khand, Gomtinagar, Lucknow.

It was quite close to my house.

Main tasks

My main task was to conduct legal research on criminal law.

I was assigned to study about drawbacks in criminal law in India.


Work environment was very good with sir. The library was well stocked.

The Institute undertakes induction training for newly recruited probationers of civil judge (Junior Division) cadre and also for direct recruitment to Higher Judicial Service.

I got a chance to interact with junior division judges.

Best things

I got a chance to interact with many current judges and junior judges and senior lawyers.

It was great day for me and there is no work pressure. Khan sir is a calm person.

Bad things

I didn’t find any bad things about JTRI.


No stipend.

Biggest Lessons

Interesting to interact with judges.


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. We also do not edit internship experiences (except to ensure readability) to ensure that the intern's voice remains intact.

Disclaimer: Organisations should not influence interns to write internship experiences on Lawctopus. Neither should they make writing an internship experience on Lawctopus mandatory for the intern to get a certificate. Indulging in such practices will lead to the organization getting blacklisted from Lawctopus. In case of any such instance, interns are requested to inform at


Join Our Internship Experiences WhatsApp Group

Get Daily Updates

Join Our Internship Experiences Telegram Group

Get Daily Updates

Related Posts

Get an Internship

A Fail-proof 6 Step Method

💬 Comments

Your email address will not be published.


Lawctopus App

4.7/5 on Google Play



Download our
eBook on

An Internship

By providing your email, you consent to subscribe to our newsletter.​