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JOB POST: Litigation Associate at Lex Primus, New Delhi [1 Vacancy]: Apply Now

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Lex Primus is opening a job post of Litigation Associate at their office in New Delhi.

About Lex Primus

Lex Primus is the brainchild of Advocate Pawan Kumar Ray, aiming at providing dynamic legal solutions to the legal hurdles faced by their clients.

The team comprises of young enthusiast lawyers collaborating their substantive legal expertise in the diverse disposition of the legislative process in order to discern its technicalities.

Location: Jangpura, New Delhi, 110014.

Number of Vacancies

1 (One): Litigation Associate


  • The candidate must be a law graduate and hold a minimum PQE of 2 year in the litigation field
  • The candidate must be proficient in English.
  • The candidate must have good understanding of drafting applications, petitions, complaints before various forum/courts.
  • The candidate must be good in research.

Core practice areas: Real Estate, Insolvency, Finance


As per the experience of the candidate and industry standards. The probation will be for 2 months.

How to Apply?

Interested candidates must share an updated copy of their CV at admin@lexprimus.in

Please mention your relevant experience, notice period and expected salary (whether negotiable or not), in the body of the email.

Contact Information

E-mail ID:admin@lexprimus.in

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  1. Posting a job without mentioning salary band for experienced catagory is a time waste and there’s no need to apply for the job.
    ….and asking CVs with expected salary details is no where justifiable.
    … keeping the condidate on probation for two months is also objectionable. There should be less time.
    ‘Lawctopus is just for employers’

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