Legalpedia is an online law portal especially introduced for law students and young lawyers across the country. The organization aims to make the law students well advanced with the legal provisions immersed in the past and captivated in the current.
Legalpedia is an initiative significantly taken in order to make the young lawyers reach the heights of success. Also, our aim is to strengthen the ideas of legal research and writing.
Research work on various law topics.
Preparing and analysing the recent supreme court judgments/cases.
Making PPT’s on various legal topics.
Maintaining social media handles, website and replying to all the student’s queries.
Vetting of the articles, research papers and PPT’s.
Weekly presence required in the Delhi/NCR office (After Lockdown).
Organizing and conducting various events of Legalpedia.
The candidate who are comfortable to work from home (WFH) and are supposed to visit the Delhi/NCR office once a week.
The candidate must be in 3rd or 4th year of Five-Year B.A.LL.B. (H), OR in 2nd year of LL.B. (3 years).
The candidate must have a prior experience in research work.
The candidate should possess good drafting and communication skills.
“Only those candidates shall apply who have their own laptops/computers at their home & are keen to learn and manage new things.”
Candidates who are residing in Delhi/NCR; it is mandatory to report at the Delhi office once a week.
Number of Vacancies
1 (one) Student Coordinator.
Learning the concept of Research Paper, Articles writing skills.
Enhancement of Management Skills.
Stipend as per industry standards.
Flexible Working Hours.
Work from home.
How to Apply?
The interested students can send updated resumes with a Cover Letter to legalpedia.india[at]gmail.com with subject line “Application for JOB – Student Coordinator”.
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