Job Opening for Associate at Leslie & Khettry, Delhi [PQE 1-2 Years], Apply by June 25

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Leslie & KhettryAbout Leslie & Khettry

Leslie & Khettry (established in 1944) is a law firm having offices in New Delhi and Kolkata. The full details about their area of practice and other details can be found at their website:

Location: Kailash Colony, New Delhi or Work from home.

About the Job

Leslie & Khettry are looking for Associate(s) having 1 to 2 years’ experience.

A Number of Positions Open

1-2 (one or two)

Work Description

  • The work description and skill requirements are as follows
  • Drafting and having experience of appearance before Courts/Tribunals in Delhi in Civil/Commercial matters.
  • Drafting of documents in relation to commercial transactions.
  • Filing of documents before Courts/Tribunals in Delhi, proof-reading of documents, preparation of case files, coordination, follow-ups, etc.
  • Meticulous and having an eye for details.
  • In-depth research and use of various legal research platforms.

Additional experience in

  • Writing articles on various law-related topics.
  • Preparation of reports for due diligence.
  • Filing of IP applications.
  • Knowledge of finance/economics/understanding of mathematics will be considered favourably.

Minimum Eligibility

  • LLB degree and the necessary documentation to practice law in Delhi.
  • A decent knowledge of court working and drafting.
  • One-two years’ post-qualification experience.
  • Motivation/open to working in all areas of practice.
  • A strong academic background and be hardworking.
  • Willingness to work long hours when required.
  • Willingness to work-from-home when required.
  • Adeptness in the English language.

Salary

Salary will be commensurate with experience and comparable to industry standards of a small/mid-sized firm.

Other compensation such as incentives, etc. commensurate with commitment will be discussed.

How to Apply?

Interest candidates may kindly fill the form available here.

  • In the other information box in the above mentioned form: please state your current take-home pay along with any other relevant information.
  • Shortlisted candidates will be given an exercise work (research-based) to do before the interview. They may also be required to send a previously written article/the document which can demonstrate their writing skills.
  • Shortlisted candidates may be required to provide additional/supporting documents for claims made in their application.
  • In case the form is not working please clear cache and use a different browser or email your application with the details directly at [email protected]
  • Deadline: 25th June 2020.
  • Please do not call to make any follow-ups or enquiries.

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