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Tuesday, November 21, 2023


DAKSH is hiring for its Research Team


  • Research and writing on access to justice, the working of the justice system, technology, data and the impact of procedural and substantive law on the administration of courts.
  • Collating, cleaning and analysis of data.
  • Project management including managing external stakeholders and proactively tracking tasks and project deliverables.
  • Developing high-quality knowledge products (reports, white papers, working papers) with research findings and disseminating such products to donors, partners and the general public.
  • Developing and implementing advocacy strategies.
  • Cultivating relationships and building networks with researchers, practitioners, policymakers and technology experts.
  • Engaging in public discourse by publishing articles, blog posts, and op-eds.

Education and skills

  • Undergraduate degree in law, any other post-graduate degree desirable.
  • At least five years of demonstrable work experience.
  • Strong research and writing skills.
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to synthesise complex information into clear, actionable recommendations.
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively.
  • Willingness to travel.
  • Ability to work with strict deadlines.
  • Deep passion to make an impact in the field of judicial reforms.
  • Knowledge of Hindi or Kannada with verbal fluency – writing skills would be an advantage.
  • Prior working experience in legal practice or a research organisation would be an advantage.

This will be a three-year engagement.

Location: Bangalore

Interested candidates may send their CVs and a writing sample to


DAKSH is a non-profit working on law and justice reforms since 2015. We have done original research that highlights ground realities and presents systemic reforms required in the law and justice system from a citizen's perspective. DAKSH works at the intersection of data science, public policy and operations research. We are actively involved in creating sustainable solutions to improve judicial efficiency, process, administration and management.

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