Tenzin is a Trainer & Researcher at the Bhutan National Legal Institute (BNLI) and also the Personal Secretary to the Princess Sonam Dechan Wangchuck, the Honorable President of the Bhutan National Legal Institute, the Jigme Singye Wangchuck (JSW) School of Law and the Bar Council of Bhutan. Tenzin also works as an adjunct faculty with the JSW School of Law and the Royal Institute of Management. Tenzin started his career as a Court Registrar (Jan-Nov. 2010) of Thimphu District Court, Royal Court of Justice. Prior to this he worked as a Legal Advisor with Respect Educate Nurture & Empower Women (RENEW – a CSO working for victims of Domestic Violence) from August 2008-Jan 2009, helping the survivors of the victims of domestic violence. At BNLI, he continues to work on women and child-related issues, including establishment of the First Family and Child Bench in the country. Tenzin is a recipient of Thomas Burgenthal Scholarship that helped him earn Masters Degree (LLM 2013) from George Washington University School of Law, Washington D.C, and a Government of India Scholarship to study BA/LLB 2008 at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, India. He participated in the third Melbourne Forum in 2018.