Research Assistantship Opportunities in Delhi with Law Professor
Applications for the post of research assistant is invited from the LLB Graduate who are passionate about contemporary issues in Intellectual Property Rights.
Work is remunerated with provision for performance based bonus and other referral opportunities at the end of the tenure.
The selection will be based on previous research and writing experience, quality of sample writing and academic record.
No. of Post(s): 01
Duration: December 2017 (immediate) to February 2018
Reward: Paid assignment (periodic payment after completion of every one month)
Eligibility: Law students who have completed their 5 years LLB (Hons.) with outstanding academic record.
How to Apply: Interested candidates may submit their resume (2 pages), sample of their published work and 500 words piece on the topic “Compulsory Licensing in Patented Technology. Application must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject title: “Application for Research Assistant_IPR. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
About Dr. Neeti Shikha:Dr. Neeti Shikha is an Associate Professor at Symbiosis Law School, Noida. She has held academic positions at various law and business schools in India and Singapore. Previously, she was an Assistant Professor & Director, Centre for Corporate and Commercial Laws at National Law University Jodhpur, followed by her stint at Fore School of Management and IMT Ghaziabad.
She has held visiting positions at IIM Rohtak and IIFT, New Delhi. She is a trainer and coach for various management development professional programs. She serves as as honorary advisor, public policy to the Alexis Foundation, India. She works as an independent consultant for the Centre for Civil Society, New Delhi. She is also on the Board of Goeman Bindt HTO, a London based International think tank, as a Leader and an Expert for law and policy.
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