Enatoli Sema becomes the first from Nagaland to pass AOR Exam of Indian Supreme Court

Enatoli Sema, who grew up in Kohima is the first Naga to have cracked Advocates-on-Record (AoR) Examination. She is one of 165 candidates to have passed this year’s AoR Examination conducted by the Supreme Court of India.

After completing a Bachelor of Arts degree from the prestigious St. Stephen’s College, New Delhi. She enrolled for a year course at Campus Law Centre, Delhi University in 2005.  She started off her advocacy career by joining the chambers of Mr. Neeraj Kishan Kaul, Senior advocate before establishing her independent practice in the Supreme Court.

In an interview with SuperLawyer,  she shares that if you choose to do litigation, there is no similarity between the theory and practice and it takes time to get used to the court room proceedings.


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