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Associates Litigation Jobs in Delhi - National Law University

Last Date to Apply: 08-12-2019
Associates Litigation - Job Details Date of Posting: 15-11-2019

The National Law University, Delhi (‘University’) through Project 39A (P39A) is seeking to engage, on a contractual basis, two Associates (Litigation) at its campus in Dwarka, New Delhi. 

Qualifications: A. Graduate with an LLB degree. B. Enrolment with any State Bar Council. C. Those with full-time criminal litigation experience of one year or more will be given preference.

D. Ability to read/ write/ speak regional Indian languages will be an advantage but is not mandatory. Applicants who speak regional Indian languages are requested to list the same in their applications.

Compensation: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience and will be within the range of Rs. 50,000-Rs.60,000 per month. 

How To Apply 

Interested persons may send their resumé and a statement of purpose, explaining their interest in working on issues of death penalty and criminal justice, and the contribution that they see themselves making. The statement of purpose must not exceed 750 words. Please send your resumé and statement of purpose to

The subject of the e-mail should be “Project 39A - Application for Associate (Litigation)”. Please note that the subject line should be exactly the same as mentioned above else the application may not be accepted.

Deadline: Applications must reach us no later than midnight of December 8th, 2019 after which the applications will not be considered.

Shortlisted candidates will be informed of the latest by December 15, 2019.

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About National Law University

Globalization is a challenge and also an opportunity in the present times. We require the convergence of economics, technology and law. India had a long history of business and technology. The potential has been unleashed through the process of liberalization. Yet the smooth sailing requires the compass called rule of law. We have mixed track record on this count. India has established itself as a democracy which is a success on the macro participative process of governance. Yet, there are other crucial issues of internal dimension.