NLUD invites applications for Research Fellow by Oct 15
National Law University has invited applications for Research Fellow, the last date to apply is October 15, 2022.
The Centre for Regulatory Studies (CRS) at National Law University Delhi (NLUD) has invited applications for Research Fellow to provide research support for ongoing projects, research and compile information on specific areas and topics, assist in documentation and preparation of project reports and Centre publications, provide logistical and administrative support for Centre’s activities and initiatives, and assist with other related tasks as needed.
It is full-time work, based out of the National Law University Delhi campus at Dwarka, Sector -14, New Delhi - 110078. The tenure will be 12 months, extendable with mutual consent on the basis of performance. The Research Fellow shall be paid a consolidated pay of INR 50,000 per month.
An individual may apply, if (s)he has
- a degree in law (LLB/LLM/PhD),
- 2 years of post-qualification academic or professional experience, excellent research, writing and communication skills, and
- Familiarity with contemporary regulatory and policy issues.
- An applicant with experience in empirical work will be preferred.
How to apply for Research Fellow at CRS NLUD
Following is the procedure to apply for the post:
- Interested candidates can mail their application to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading “Application for Research Fellow with CRS” along with a – copy of CV, the sample of writing, published or otherwise, on an issue of law, economics or public policy (not more than 2000 words), and statement of purpose (not more than 500 words).
- Selection Process: Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed for selection.
"Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted via email for an interview. Expenses for appearing in the interview shall be borne by the candidate concerned. National Law University Delhi reserves the right to not fill the position. National Law University Delhi is an equal opportunity employer," added the NLUD notification.