Anjori Mitra graduated from the University of Auckland in 2014 with a BA (English and History)/LLB(Hons) and commenced working at Bankside Chambers the same year. She was admitted in April 2015.
While at University, Anjori worked as a tutor and research assistant at the Faculty of Law, and was awarded summer research scholarships by the Faculties of History and Anthropology. She volunteered for the Equal Justice Project, a student-run organisation providing pro-bono legal assistance, and interned for the Human Rights Lawyers Association Aotearoa New Zealand. She was also the editor-in-chief of the Public Interest Law Journal of New Zealand.
Anjori works for Maria Dew and Jason Goodall, on a range of civil, commercial and employment matters. Anjori has appeared as junior counsel in various courts and tribunals, including the District Court, High Court and Court of Appeal.