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Job & Internship Opportunity @ ANG Partners, Delhi: Apply by Sep 14

By: Aprajita Karki | September 5, 2019

About the Organisation

The ANG Partners is a world-class business, profitable, ambitious, cooperative and considerate Law Firm supporting clients and people through our global business principles of Quality, Unity and Integrity.

ANG Partners is currently pursuing cases at NCLT, NCDRC and RERA. ANG Partners would prefer a candidate with previous exposure of a minimum of 2 years in NCLT, NCDRC and RERA.

Location: South Delhi, Panchsheel Enclave New Delhi 110017.

Number of Vacancies

One (1) (Full time): Associate

One (1): Intern Minimum of Three Months

Eligibility

Associate: 3 years PQE for Associate: Permanent Residents of Delhi.

  1. Students of NLU’s preferred.
  2. Candidate must have an analytical bent of mind and should be willing to work in a demanding environment and the areas of law being practised by the Firm.
  3. Proficiency in English with excellent communication skills and legal acumen is a pre-requisite.
  4. The candidate shall draft, file and appear before forums across Delhi.

Intern: Permanent Residents of Delhi.

Salary: As per industry standards commensurate with experience and qualification.

How to apply?

Associates

Kindly send us an email at ang.partners1[at]gmail.com expressing your interest with Subject Title “Associate [PQE][College][Expected Salary]” and insert your salary the expectation in the job opportunity available along with a copy of your latest resume. The short-listed candidates shall be called for an interview.

Interns

Kindly send us an email at ang.partners1[at]gmail.com expressing your interest with Subject Title “Intern [Period(minimum Three Months)] [College]” Please mention.

Contact Information

C- 38 LGF Panchsheel Enclave New Delhi-110017

E-mail: Ang.partners1[at]gmail.com 

The LinkedIn profile is here.

 

Note: This is a sponsored post.

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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