The National Law University, Delhi (‘University’) is seeking to engage one Associate (Litigation) and one Associate (Research) to work with and further the aims of the Centre on
the Death Penalty (‘Centre’).
About the Centre:
The Centre is established under the aegis of the National Law University, Delhi and was set up in August2014 to undertake litigation, research and outreach relating to
the death penalty.The objective of our litigation efforts is to ensure quality legal representation to prisoners sentenced to death in India and engage in strategic litigation challenging procedural and substantive aspects of death penalty in India. The aim of the research we undertake is to generate information, through empirical and doctrinal studies, on issues affecting prisoners sentenced to death in India, analyse the developing jurisp
rudence on the death penalty in India and other jurisdictions, and undertake comparative research to add to the current understanding and debate around the death penalty. Through our outreach programs we engage with various stakeholders and the general public to inform them about the issues concerning death penalty in India and the interaction of prisoners sentenced to death with the criminal justice system. Currently, the Centre has six (6) full-time Research Associates in litigation, research and public affairs roles, in addition to the Director of the Centre and an Office Administrator.
: The National Law University, Delhi is seeking to recruit individuals for the
following contractual positions:
Applicants interested in both positions must make separate applications according to the
procedure provided in this call.
Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience and will be
approximately in the range of Rs. 45,000–55,000 per month
Deadline: Applications must reach us no later than 4th April 2016. Applications received after this date will not be considered.
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