AK and Partners is inviting applications for the post of Associate. AK and Partners is a corporate and commercial law firm. We are a full-service organization dealing in Corporate transactions, advisory and litigation. We also undertake regulatory practice such as energy, banking, food safety etc.
Qualification: Five years integrated law graduate or a post graduate from any one of the following:
National Law University
Jindal Global Law School (Three year LLB graduates from this university are also welcome to apply)
Experience: Minimum one year of PQE. Freshers need not apply.
Personal attributes: Driven, hard-working and open to feedback. Readiness to accept responsibility and accountability towards work is a must.
The candidate shall be expected to be an all-rounder handling all work undertaken by the firm. Candidates shall be mentored and provided adequate work exposure for professional growth. We are a growing firm with an increasing workload. Well, performing candidates shall be suitably incentivised.
Location: S 212 Second Floor, Panchsheel Park, New Delhi 110017.
Office hours: 10 am to 8.30 pm from Monday to Saturday. Work hours are subject to the quantum of work at hand.
How to apply: Please send your CV to us at accounts[at]akandpartners.in on or before March 10, 2019. The shortlisted candidates shall be notified by emails by March 15, 2019.
Since we receive a very high quantum of applications, it will not be possible for us to notify every candidate who is not shortlisted by email or telephone.
The process of selection:
The shortlisted candidate shall be required to submit a legal opinion on a query provided by the firm within the prescribed timelines.
Selected candidates shall be subjected to multiple rounds of the interview by the Partners of the firm followed by notification of selected candidate.
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