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Call for Core Member at The Society For Constitutional Law Discussion: Apply by 25th January 2024 [Application Closed]

Updated: Feb 5

We're on the lookout for talented individuals to join our core team help us take The Society For Constitutional Law Discussion to new heights!


About the TSCLD

In order to develop the culture of legal writing and discussion, some of the students of the Chanakya National Law University, Patna of Batch 2018-2023, have come up with the idea of starting The Society for Constitutional Law Discussion. This Society vides its blog will serve as a brilliant platform for the students to engage in constitutional law discussions and writing with their peer group.


About the Engagement

TSCLD is looking to engage students from law backgrounds for Core Team Member.


Qualifications

The students pursuing a 3-year LLB course OR a 5-year LLB course from any recognised law universities/colleges, preferably 2nd year onwards.


What We're Looking For

  • Strong team leader skills and commitment towards the day-to-day functioning of the website.

  • Enthusiasm for staying up to date with industry trends.

  • Ability to work collaboratively and meet deadlines.


What You'll Do

  • You will be leading the team and all activities.

  • Collaborate with fellow team members to brainstorm ideas.

  • Contribute to the growth and development of blogging site.

  • Play a key role in shaping our content strategy.


Why Join Us

  • Be part of a dynamic and innovative team.

  • Gain exposure and build your portfolio.

  • Flexible remote work options.

  • Opportunity for growth and leadership

  • Incentives based on the contribution made and the income of the society from various sources.


Application Process

Send your Application with SOP (in the email body) & CV (only in PDF format) to ayush.kumar@tscld.com with a copy marked to contactus@tscld.com.


Contact Details

In case of any query, feel free to reach out to us at contactus@tscld.com.

 

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