JOB POST: Associate Advocate @ Apex Juris Law Chambers, New Delhi: Apply by Feb 25

Organisation: Apex Juris Law Chambers, New Delhi

Title: Associate Advocate

Qualification: The candidate should be a graduate/ post- graduate in Law having a PQE of minimum 3 to 5 years and must be enrolled with any Bar Council in India.

Experience: The candidate must have prior experience in arguing before the courts and tribunals and have good drafting skills (Very Important).

Employment: The employment/engagement of the candidate shall be full time.

Skills/Qualities: The candidate should be a hard working individual willing to give his best and will have to work in a dedicated, organised and time bound manner.

  • Court Appearances – High Court of Delhi, Central Administrative Bench, District Courts
  • Excellent Drafting –Writ Petitions, Original Applications, Counter Reply, etc.
  • Extensive Research
  • Case briefing
  • Follow up with Government departments and ensuring compliance
  • Liaison with clients

Salary: Rs. 15,000 – Rs. 30,000 depending upon the dedication, hardwork, legal skills & legal drafting acumen of the candidate.

Joining: Immediate

Application Procedure:

You may send us an e-mail expressing your interest in the opportunity available, along with a cover letter, copy of your updated resume and your draft sample.

Short-listed candidates shall be called for an interview.

Contact details:


Only those applicant who fulfill the job description and experience requirements, as stated above are requested to apply.


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