PSL Advocates and Solicitors is opening a job post of Innovation & Knowledge Associate.
Are you a self-motivated law graduate with a penchant for technology and innovation?
PSL is looking for a dynamic young lawyer who also boasts of dawning the hat of a designer and tech whiz. One who believes that lawyers can have fun outside of court and the fine print. The ideal candidate for this position must be keen on exploring intriguing legal, tech and policy issues to develop our knowledge base.
The role promises to offer an exciting opportunity to work with a young and vibrant team that envisions driving thought leadership in the legal space. The person will be integrally engaged in challenging projects that aim to conceptualize, develop, implement and manage various out of the box solutions in PSL focus areas both tech and non-tech driven.
Needless to mention, demonstrable experience in legal research, designing and technology is a must. Knowledge of the latest developments in Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in the field of LawTech will make us very happy. Working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and Coral Draw will get you extra points!
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How to Apply?
If you are interested in the role, please write to us with your CV, vision statement and sample design work to innovate[at]pslchambers.com.
Applications which are not accompanied by a sample of the applicant’s ‘Vision Statement’ AND ‘Design Works’ will not be considered. Also, the application needs to specifically mention whether the applicant has a working knowledge of “Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and Coral Draw.
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