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Two positions vacant at Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy (VCLP)

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31 May 2013 7:53 AM GMT
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The Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy (VCLP) is an independent legal think-tank comprising legal academics from leading universities around the world and practising lawyers based in India. Its mission is to impact legislative design and policy-making in India by conducting high-quality, analytical, evidence-based research across a range of thematic legal topics.

It aims to advise government on proposed legislation and its drafting, provide critical analyses of bills and rules before Parliament and state legislatures, draft bespoke reports on specific legal issues of public concern and offer independent policy guidance to the governments with a view to creating sound legal and policy frameworks in India. It has worked in the legislative space in India for the last two-and-a-half years with extremely high and visible impact and is in the process of establishing itself as a full-time institution based in New Delhi from November 2013.

VCLP is currently looking to fill two positions:

  1. The Vidhi Fellow of Law and Policy
  2. Vidhi Junior Research Fellow


For further details, please visit the relevant links. To know more about VCLP do visit their website
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