Headquartered in Kolkata, Sinha & Company was started in the year 1993. Paritosh Sinha is the founder of Sinha & Company, Advocates. The firm prides itself in the several in-house advocates and associates assisted by trained para legal staff rendering client-centric services.
Sinha & Company is a multi-jurisdictional Indian law firm. With state-of-the-art infrastructure spanning over 10,000 sq ft, Sinha & Company enjoy the locational advantage of having proximity to the City Civil Court and the Metropolitan Magistrates Courts in Kolkata.
The firm provides comprehensive legal advisory, documentation, and litigation services. The firm works on an extensive range of financial, business, and commercial matters. The advocates engaged by the firm are proficient in providing quality services to, inter alia, multinational companies, banks, financial institutions, public sector undertakings, corporations, companies and small to medium enterprises.
About the Job
Assisting Senior Advocate and Appearing in Calcutta High Court and Tribunal Attend Arbitration, Conference as per requirement.
Arranging Annexure and legal paper.
LLB Graduate with 3-4yrs experience in Appellate side High Court Kolkata, Smart and Proactive nature. He/She should be ICSE/CBSE background. He/she should have knowledge and work experience on Writ, Civil & Criminal Revision, Consumer Protection Act, Arbitration Act, Civil & Criminal Suit.
Number of Vacancies
Kolkata, Near Calcutta High Court
Who can Apply?
A minimum of 3 years of work experience in Appellate Side High Court Calcutta.
Rs. 15,000 – Rs. 25,000(Depends on Candidates) + Incentive and perks .
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