Job Post: Legal Consultant @ Supreme Court Legal Services Committee, Delhi: Apply by Sep 14

About the Organisation

Supreme Court Legal Services Committee, is an effort to provide legal aid and assistance to the marginalized and weaker sections of the Society. Supreme Court is the last Court of Justice in the country.

It is the Court of Law and people look upto it as being the temple of justice. Approaching the Supreme Court is itself a daunting task, not to mention that today’s legal system has become such that the fees and other expenses are exorbitant.

About the Job

Supreme Court Legal Services Committee is opening job post of Consultant.


Chamber Number 109-110, R. K. Jain Block Supreme Court, New Delhi, Delhi 110001


Candidate must be a law graduate having a Bachelor Degree in law (three years professional course or Five years, including Integrated Degree Course in Law) from any School/College/University/Institution established by law in India and recognized by the Bar Council of India for enrolment as an Advocate.

The candidate must have knowledge of computer with expertise in the retrieval of desired information from various search engines/processes such as Manupatra, SCC Online, LexisNexis, Westlaw, etc.


The candidate must be a practising Advocate with at least five years of experience at the bar as on 14th September 2020.


Rs. 60,000 per month

How to Apply

Interested applicants may submit applications indicating their interest in working for the Supreme Court Legal Services Committee.  The envelope containing the applicants’ details as mentioned above should be clearly labelled “Application   for engagement of contractual Consultant, in the office SCLSC” and addressed to:

The Secretary, Supreme Court Legal Services Committee, 108, Lawyers Chambers, Supreme Court Compound, New Delhi ­110001.

The last date for submission of application is 14th September 2020 (incomplete application shall be straightway rejected).

For the official notification, click here.



Md Sahabuddin Mondal

Junior Advocate, Calcutta High Court

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