Internship Experience at Adv. Wajahat Ansari, New Delhi

This internship experience is written by Sakshi Sutrave, a 3rd-year student of Seth Shankarlal Lahoti Law College, Gulbarga, and a Lawctopus Campus Leader.

Name of the Student

Sakshi Sutrave

College and Year of Experience

Seth Shankarlal Lahoti Law College, Gulbarga (Karnataka); 2nd Year of 3 Year’s LL.B

Name and Address of Organisation

Adv. Wajahat Ansari, Chamber No.17, Setalvad Block, Supreme Court of India, Bhagwandas Road, New Delhi – 110001; Virtual Internship through WhatsApp.

Duration of Internship

November 1, 2022, to December 30 2022; 2 months.

How to Apply?

A friend of mine sent me a WhatsApp message with the details on how to apply. To apply, you need to send the required documents to Sir’s mobile number, which is +91 9810288773. You must provide proof of being a law student along with a photo ID that shows your LLB year, semester, and validity.

Additionally, the authorized sign and stamp of the issuing authority should be visible in the image format, whether it’s a screenshot or a scanned copy. Please note that the application won’t be accepted if you send it in PDF or doc format.

First-Day Formalities, Infrastructure, First Impression

I had an amazing online internship experience! There are no such formalities. It was so much fun learning about Legal research through WhatsApp messages. We delved into various case files and case laws, and I even got to learn how to file all the criminal documents required for the case. Reading judgements was also a blast!

Main Tasks

During my internship, I was tasked with reading through various files and messages to uncover any criminal documents. Additionally, I was assigned specific research tasks to analyze judgments and citations for particular cases. Through this experience, I gained a confident understanding of the legal field and its processes.

Work Environment

The work environment was generally positive and conducive. Communication was mainly done through messages and posts on the WhatsApp Broadcast Group. There isn’t much to say about it, except that sir would assign us limited tasks and occasionally inquire if we had any questions regarding the topics.

Good Things

Since it was an online internship, we had the flexibility to work on our college assignments and attend classes regularly. If you are interested in gaining knowledge about criminal law, then this internship is a good fit for you. However, it is important to stay up-to-date with the everyday posts and case laws to truly benefit from this opportunity.

Bad Things

We used to receive assignments and complete them, but it often felt like one-sided communication. We never received any response or feedback on whether we completed them correctly or not. Overall it was just us doing the work and not being acknowledged for the same.


While we didn’t receive a stipend, we were still awarded a certificate for completing the program!

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