Bombay High Court Law Clerk Recruitment 2019: BHC has released an online notification for the recruitment of candidates for the Posts of “Law Clerk”. BHC Law Clerk Online Form has been started. Candidates who are looking for in Bombay High Court Vacancy can apply for this contract basis of 1 year. The Candidates will be posted at Nagpur and Aurangabad. Read Further details like Online Form, Admit Card, Syllabus and result of Bombay high Court Recruitment form this page.
Bombay High Court Clerk Online Form 2019
Candidates have to Fill the offline form linked below. Candidates also have to attach self attested document required for the form. Candidate have to send the Complete application form to the below given address
Registrar (Personnel), High Court, Appellate Side, Bombay, 5 th floor, New Mantralaya Building, G. T. Hospital Compound, Behind Ashoka Shopping Centre, Near Crowford Market, L.T. Marg, Mumbai – 400 001
BHC Jobs Eligibility Criteria
- Candidates must be Law Graduate that means he /she have passed LLB exam in First Attempt with 55% Marks.
- Candidates with Post Graduate Degree in Law can apply
- Basic Knowledge of Computers/Laptop and softwares relating to case laws.
Minimum Age of Candidate – 21 Years
Maximum Age of candidate – 30 Years
Bombay High Court Clerk Salary
BHC Law will be paid an amount of Rs. 20,000 per month.
Note: Law Clerks are not entitled to any other allowances
Bombay High Court Law Clerk Selection process
Selection for the posts of Law clerk will be done on the basis of merit.
If candidate is recommended by Law Colleges or Presidents of Bar Associations then they have to appear for the interview.
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BHC Law Clerk Interview Date
Date for the interview for Law Clerk will be published on the official site. Candidates will also get mail regarding the same.
BHC Law Clerk Job Description
As a Law clerk you will be attached to a Judge to assist them in Legal work assigned to them.
Work nature could be judicial as well as administrative work. Duties also like attending the Court, making notes, drafting of memorandum, opinions, comments or monographs on such legal matters and research from such material and sources as may be suggested by the Judge