The Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR) has invites applications for the post of Associate Editors for a new initiative titled –Constitutional and Civic Citizenship – where it aims to foster greater public awareness of India’s constitutional history and an understanding of how this history has shaped and informed the most challenging legal, governance and public policy issues that we encounter today.
Duration: 4 months
Location: Offices of the Centre for Law and Policy Research, Bangalore
Job Description: The primary responsibilities of the Associate Editor will be to supervise the work of CAD coders who are engaged in the coding and tagging of the transcripts of the CAD. The Associate Editor will also work on all other aspects of the project and other related engagements.
Essential Qualification: The candidate must be well versed in Indian Constitutional Law and History, and preferably have a Master’s degree in Law, History or Political Science.
How to Apply
Interested candidates should write to Aparna Ravi – [email protected] with their Resume along with a brief note on why they would be a good fit for the position.