A successful Advocate, Simantini Started her career in 2014 as a qualified advocate. She Worked with Madhukar law firm, senior Advocate of high court MR Sudhansu Batra and many other individual senior advocates.
She completed her L.L.M. (Master degree) on Crime and torts form Kalinga University.
She worked with NGO called ‘Subhera’ in 2015-2017 along with many others NGO's as an activist and volunteer law awareness, crime awareness , woman right, human rights etc..
She started her own individual practise in Delhi from 2016 to till now.
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