Researcher Positions @ Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Studies, NUJS

Short term Legal Researchers (10 positions) wanted at Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Studies for studies relating to child rights, minority rights and other aspects of human rights.

The book project is evaluating the present laws, case laws on different aspects of child rights etc in India along with their implementation and lacunae’s. Project is entirely doctrinal.

The research assistant will compile central and state laws, categorize their features, and characterize their robustness. The research assistant must have some legal training and be familiar with conducting searches using Lexis Nexis or similar databases.

Position is for a period of two years. On successful completion of at least one year, the researcher will be given an experience certificate.

There is no stipend/remuneration.  The work for this project is anticipated to take approximately 10-15 hours (per week).

Hours are flexible and the work can be performed remotely.

If interested, please send a resume and a short paragraph describing your background and interest at [email protected]

If your resume is cleared in the initial round of selection, you will be given a test assignment, post evaluation of which, a final selection letter will be issued.

Contact Person

Ms. Aisha Ahmed Sharfi (08017206021)

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