Call for Research Assistants by Oxford/NUJS Alumna and JGLS’ Faculty Member: Apply by Oct 10

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About the Faculty

Ms. Priya Garg teaches subjects revolving around corporate/commercial laws at Jindal.

She undertook the Bachelor of Civil Law programme (LL.M.) at the University of Oxford as a scholar with the Oxford-India Centre for Sustainable Development.  She has also received various grants for her research work, one of which was given under the Catherine Hughes Fund.

She has completed her BA LLB (H) from National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata, again on scholarship. She has worked at Khaitan & Co. as an Associate. Further, she also gained first-hand experience at teaching and mentoring law students as a Teaching Assistant at NUJS.

Ms. Garg has written extensively on corporate/commercial law issues, among other areas of law. Her profile is available on the Oxford website and JGLS website.

Links to her Profile

Oxford University: Click here

JGLS: Click here

LinkedIn: Click here

Number of Vacancies

  • Company Law/Corporate Insolvency Law: 2
  • Human Rights Law: 3


  • 3 months initially (starting October), can be extended depending upon the researcher’s performance.
  • The researcher would be expected to dedicate 40-50 hours/month. There would be reasonable
    flexibility to allow the accommodation of the researcher’s own professional commitments.

Work Location

Remote Working


Law students pursuing BA LLB or LLB and fresh law graduates.

Desired Skills

  • Comfort with the use of IT.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Academic merit, knowledge and aptitude in the given area(s) of research.

Process of Selection

The candidates may submit their application on pgarg[at] with their resume by 10 October 2020.

The application may preferably be submitted either with a video clipping (of about 2 minutes) or a cover letter, introducing themselves and why they should be selected.

Other Information

  • Perks for the vacancies are non-monetary in nature, at least for the initial three months.
  • Benefits may be sought such as authorship/co-authorship credits, law-school and corporate law mentorship, and possibly an academic/professional letter of recommendation.

Contact Information

Contact Ms. Priya Garg at pgarg[at] for any further queries.


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