1. Hold Bachelor’s and Law degrees from reputed institutions. A Master’s Degree in Law is preferred but not required;
2. Possess excellent research and writing skills;
3. Have a demonstrated
interest (either through academic writings or work experience) in the working of the Indian Constitution, particularly with respect to the Fifth and Sixth Schedules, and laws relating to land rights, land reform, and land acquisition;
4. Have a curiosity to learn, a commitment to research and the ability to be a team player.
candidates should submit a resume (in line with the listed eligibility
requirements), a one-page statement of interest, and a writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. Shortlisted
candidates will be invited for an interview with the Director of the Initiative.