About the organisation: Lacore Advisors Private Limited
The company is involved in providing business process outsourcing solutions. It manages day-to-day compliance of various statutes for its clients and the candidate will be responsible to overlook the same. We provide assistance in registering and managing your
business in the aspects of taxation, management consulting and other statutory compliances.
The company is looking to expand its Gurgaon office and is currently hiring for the same. Applications are invited for the post of legal assistant and legal intern.
A fresh Law Graduate or 4th/5th year Law students with excellent and impressive communication skills, pro-active approach, team player, zeal to learn.
The candidate is expected to have good command over the English language, should be well-versed with labour laws and procedures. Candidates should also be proficient in MS Word and should have good research skills.
Below are the responsibilities:
Formation of Society/ Trust/ RWA including drafting of Deed
Registrations Under Shops & Establishment, Barcode Licence
Legal drafting of various Agreements and Documents such as Memorandum of Understanding, Affidavits, Partnership Deeds, Conveyance Deeds, Legal Notices etc.
Experience in the following will be an advantage:
Patent search and registration
Trademark and Copyright Registration
Number of Interns Required
Sector 48, Gurgaon, Haryana
Who can apply?
Fresh LL.B. graduate for the post of legal assistant. 4th and 5th Year Law students as interns.
Legal Intern: Rs 8,000/- to – 12,000/-
Duration of internship
1-3 Months (depending on availability of the interns and requirement)
Please contact to the below-provided number or you can send your resume in the below-mentioned email id.
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