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Legal Researcher – Court Research (Anambra) at Access to Justice (A2Ju…

Legal Researcher – Court Research (Anambra) at Access to Justice (A2Ju…

Access to Justice (“A2Justice”), based in 1999, is a justice advocacy group working to protect rights of equal & non-discriminatory entry to courts of regulation, increase entry of susceptible persons to equal & neutral justice, assault corruption in justice administration, support legal struggles for human dignity & disseminate legal sources that help attain these reasons.

We search an outstanding applicants to fill the lead underneath:

Job Title: Legal Researcher – Court Research

Location: Anambra
Duration: 4-6 weeks
Slot: 2 Openings

Job Description

  • To conduct analysis in specified Magistrates/High courts in Anambra State.
  • The applicants should be qualified to generate details, & entry suitable data from court docket information & interviews with court docket employees.


Min Required Experience:

2 yr(s)

Min Qualification:

Bachelor’s Degree/HND

Desired Courses:

Not Specified

Other Requirements:


  • The applicants should be graduates with at minimum 2-Three years put up name litigation expertise.

Up to N200,000 monthly.

Application Closing Date
22nd October, 2019.

How to Apply
Interested & capable applicants ought to ship their Resume & a Cover Letter (with a minimal of two professional references) to: [email protected] clearly indicating the “Reference No.” as topic of your mail.

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