Online Internship Experience at Advocate Siddharth Acharya: Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code & SARFAESI Act Research and Drafting Work

Name, college, year of study of the student intern

Anonymous, 4th year, Amity Law School, Delhi.

Name of the organisation where you interned and its full address

Law chambers of Siddharth Acharya, Supreme Court office A-93 South Extension: Part II, Delhi

Advocate Siddharth Acharya is an independent practicing lawyer in the Supreme Court, High Courts as well as NCLT/NCLAT and NCDRC. His areas of practice in field of law are:

  • Litigation in SLP’s in Supreme Court, Appellate Jurisdiction and Original Jurisdiction in Supreme Court as well as High Courts.
  • Civil, Criminal, Arbitration laws.
  • Corporate Insolvency, Securities, Debt recovery and other corporate-related matters.
  • Public Interest Litigations

Duration of internship

8th August-  8th September (Virtual Internship)

How did you apply?

I applied directly via mail by sending my CV and SOP at with the subject: Internship Application.

First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression

Sir was extremely humble and polite. He started with a telephonic interview regarding the pre requisites of my legal knowledge and then confirmed my selection for a month . I was asked about my course, my preferences and career
goals. After that, I was briefed about the work done . I was added in the office whatsapp group where the junior advocates and other office staff welcomed me.

Main tasks

Matters usually dealt with were: Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, SARFAESI Act, During the course I drafted criminal complaint, Complaint Letters, Made a PPT on bails, provisions and relevant judgements.

Did extensive research on criminal matters, I.P.R (Copyrights) etc.

Work environment

Sir was extremely friendly, humble and flexible with work. He acknowledged my work when submitted on time and would help when needed.

Good things

Sir was polite gave enough research work and guidance.Sufficient time was given submit tasks assigned . It was a productive experience overall.

Things I learnt were

  • Practical learning experience of matters related to law.
  • Knowing about various sectors of law. Researching a diverse set of laws widened my scope of legal knowledge.
  • More preference given to the practical application of the law than theoretical knowledge.
  • All the suggestions and corrections were very politely dictated to me.
  • Due credit was given for every work.

Bad things

There were no bad things as such experienced by me.It was a pleasant experience over all.

Anything else? Like: what you did to chill out, lessons learnt etc.

Personally, this internship helped me understand how to structure and present research, communicate, work on deadlines and still find a way to relax.

Despite being a virtual internship, the exposure I received here was brilliant. This internship teaches one Discipline, Determination, and value of hard work. There is no short-cut to success, other than sheer hardwork.

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