JOB POST: Legal Researcher @ Indian Institute of Foreign Trade: Apply by May 7

About the organisation

The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) was set up in 1963 by the Government of India as an autonomous organisation to help professionalise the country’s foreign trade management and increase exports by developing human resources, analysing and disseminating data and conducting research.

Job description

The Centre for Research on International Trade (CRIT) which is a part of IIFT has three Centres under it with the Centre for WTO Studies being one of them.

The Centre for WTO Studies was established at the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade in November 2002. Centre is a professional body which conducts independent research and training programmes on the WTO and related matters.

For its research work on WTO Dispute Settlement and Non-tariff measures like SPS-TBT issues, the Centre intends to engage Legal Researchers either at the level of Research Associate (Legal) or Research Fellow (Legal) or Senior Research Fellow


LLB Degree/LLM Degree/PhD in Law with sound knowledge of computer application and packages [M.S. Word, M.S. Access, M.S. Outlook, Excel, Power Point].

The candidate should have good command over English (spoken as well as written) and should have an interest in research activities.

Experience: The candidates having experience in research on WTO issues particularly Dispute Settlement and Non-tariff measures like SPS-TBT issues in any reputed organization shall be preferred.

How to apply?

Indian nationals having the above qualifications and experience should only apply and send their c.v. by email to recruitment.cws[a] latest by 7th May 2019.

For official link, click here.

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