• Research Officer Jobs in Malaysia - 973423



    Bar Council Malaysia
  • 2 - 4 Years
  • Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur
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Job Description

Responsibilities



Attend to various legal writing and research needs of the Bar Council;

Assist in the drafting and preparation of documents such as briefing papers, press statements, memoranda, presentations, speeches, and other materials, particularly of a legal nature;

Conduct legal research, gather information and prepare materials to accomplish specified objectives



Requirements



Undergraduate or postgraduate degree in law (LLB, LLM, or JD);

At least two years of relevant professional experience preferred;

Excellent command of English and good command of Bahasa Malaysia;

Proficiency with high-level and complex legal research and analysis, and legal writing;

Able to produce detailed and accurate work under tight deadlines;

Meticulous, precise and thorough, with a keen eye for consistency and detail;

Must exercise a high degree of independent judgment and initiative;

Self-motivated and dedicated, and able to work independently in a challenging environment with minimum supervision, yet be a team player;

Must possess a high level of computer literacy, including proficiency in using Microsoft Office Suite;



The successful candidate can expect a competitive remuneration package based on his/her qualifications and level of experience

Candidates should specify their current and expected salary, and send their cover letter, detailed curriculum vitae and a recent photograph (non-returnable) by 19 July 2019 (Friday) to

Human Resource Department

Bar Council Malaysia

15 Leboh Pasar Besar

50050 Kuala Lumpur

Tel 03-2050 2057

Fax 03-2050 2065

Profile Summary

Type:Company Job

Role:Junior Executive

Industry:Law/Legal

Salary:Not Disclosed

Deadline:31st Dec 2019

Company Profile

The Malaysian Bar is a creature of statute established under the Advocates and Solicitors' Ordinance 1947 which ordinance was subsequently repealed by the Legal Profession Act 1976. It is an independent Bar whose aim is to uphold the rule of law and the cause of justice and protect the interest of the legal profession as well as that of the public.

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