Niti Bodh is hereby accepting the applications for the post of Associate Advocate.
About the Organisation
Niti Bodh is a Delhi based law firm primarily dealing in the field of civil, commercial and corporate laws. Started in the year December 2015 we are still a small and progressing organization having equal amounts of litigation and non-litigation files.
Complying with the Judgment of Jamshed Ansari vs High Court of Judicature at Allahabad and Ors. – (2016) 10 SCC 554 the candidate must have his/her enrollment with the Bar Council of Delhi and be inclined towards civil, commercial and corporate laws. He/she should be willing to learn and shall understand basic procedural and substantive laws.
0 to 3 years (zero to three years)
As per the industry standard
Mode of examination
How to apply
Candidates can submit their application for the post of associate advocate with following necessary documents –
Resume and proof of credentials,
Experience letter and payment proof (if any),
Proof of enrollment with the Bar Council of Delhi,
Certificate of Practice (if AIBE has been cleared).
Those who are currently not enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi or have not cleared the AIBE or are appearing for the AIBE XIII their application will not be entertained.
For recruitment and promised consideration, all earlier criteria published in the last recruitment drive will be applicable to this recruitment drive.
You are expected to submit the required documents on the office email address of Niti Bodh which is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last date of submission: 15.12.2018 (Saturday)
Date of examination: 23.12.2018 (Sunday)
Expected date of declaration of result: 30.12.2018 (Sunday)
Selected candidates will be expected to join the office from 02.01.2019 (02nd January 2019).
For any clarification please contact Ms. Atisha Singh at +91-8954385291.
For further clarification please go through the Rule Book givenhere.
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