Job as Research Fellow at Centre for Law Justice and Development, NLU
The Centre for Law, Justice and Development envisions revisiting, analysing and engaging with the development discourse and its interface with the legal discourse with the aim to participate in, contribute to and endeavour to mould the discourse as well as operationalisation of varied notions within the same in ways geared towards securing just domestic and international order.
About the Job Opportunity
The Centre (CLJD) seeks to engage a law graduate for the role of Research Fellow to pursue projects relating to human rights, gender justice, education, and tribal rights.
The Research Fellow will be responsible for the following tasks:
providing research support for ongoing projects;
researching and compiling information on specific areas and topics, when needed;
assisting in documentation and preparation of project reports and Centre publications;
providing logistical and administrative support for Centre activities and initiatives; and
assisting with other related tasks as needed.
Possess a 5-year/3-year LL.B degree or a post graduate degree in law;
Possess at least 1 year work experience in socio-legal research;
Demonstrate good research and writing skills;
Demonstrate good oral and written communication skills; and
Good knowledge of MS office and online platforms.
Duration of Enagagement
6 months; extendable with mutual consent on the basis of performance
Consolidated amount of Rs. 50,000 per month
How to Apply?
The eligible and interested candidates must send their application along with the following:
Curriculum Vitae, not exceeding two side A-4 sheet;
Statement of Purpose (max 500 words);
All the applications must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org latest by April 2, 2022 (Wednesday, 5 PM).
The subject of the mail must be titled ‘Research Fellow Application – CLJD”. Mails without this title will not be considered.
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