The Prima Legal Associates, handling and dealing with various subjects, matters and affairs in the area and spectrum of corporate affairs regulation, and dealing with litigations before Supreme Court, High Court, Tribunals and Sub-ordinate courts.
Location: B2-807, DLF My Pad, Opposite, Hotel Hyatt Regency, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow, Pin Code- 226010, U.P. (India)
Interested and eligible candidates are invited to submit applications for various positions in Prima Legal Associates, purely on contractual basis.
Number of Vacancies
Law Intern: 01 (one)
Junior Law Assistant: 01 (one)
Qualification: LLB 3rd-year students of 3 years LLB course or 5th-year students of 5 years integrated course. Should be sincere and dedicated towards work, perform legal research and, organize the filling system and prepared court proceedings, prepare notes and briefs regarding cases.
Experience: 0-1 years
Junior Law Assistant
Any LLB enrolled person, An Advocate or a person having special knowledge and who are able to perform the following works:
A person having knowledge in Corporate Law, Banking law, abilities like case analysis, drafting, using arguments and drafting corporate Agreements and letters,
Assistance and appearances before High Courts and other lower Courts.
Legal research and preparing briefcase notes and also supervising of cases before High Courts.
Drafting Writ Petitions, Suits Counters, and Legal Notices.
Experience: 1-5 years.
Law Intern: Based on Performance
Junior Law Assistant: Based on Performance
How to apply?
Interested and eligible candidates can forward their CVs at advo.mohit1986[at]gmail.com. One candidate can apply for one position at a time.
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