Program Coordinator & Research Associates Vacancy At NALSAR University Of Law

Manav Malhotra

8 July 2024 6:08 PM GMT

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    NALSAR University of Law invites online application for the post of Program Coordinator & Research Associates for Accessing Justice to Prisoners Program.

    Name of the Post: Program Coordinator and Research Associates

    No. of Post: 01 (One) each

    Essential Qualification and Experience

    Program Coordinator

    • Master's degree in relevant field such as Criminal Law with 3 to 5 years of practice of law and/or research/advocacy on prison reforms, human rights, rights of marginalized communities.

    • Ability to lead a team of 12 members in the field of access to justice and Proven organizing and coordination skills with courts, prisons, legal aid system.

    • Decent Communication skills with different stakeholders and Documentation skills.

    • Familiarity with prison systems: Have knowledge of prison systems and procedures to effectively identify prisoners in need of legal aid and assist them with available legal options.

    • Research and writing abilities: Possess good research and writing skills to draft legal documents are desirable.

    • Knowledge of human rights and fair trial principles: Understand and uphold human rights principles and fair trial standards while providing legal support to prisoners.

    • Strong ethical standards: Maintain integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality in dealing with sensitive legal matters.

    • Continuous learning: Stay updated with relevant legal developments, case laws, and best practices in the field of fair trial advocacy.

    Research Associates

    • A Master's degree in law or a relevant field with One or two years of research experience will be preferred.

    • Strong research and analytical skills, with the ability to gather and interpret complex legal information.

    • Familiarity with MIS, legal research databases, legal frameworks, and bail jurisprudence.

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills to effectively present research findings.

    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, collaborating with diverse stakeholders and attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines while managing multiple research projects.

    • Understanding of social justice issues, human rights, and the challenges faced by prisoners with multiple vulnerabilities.

    How to apply?

    • To apply online, click here

    • The last date to submit the online application is 15.07.2024

    To Access Official Notification, click here

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