Job Opportunity At Vaish Associates Advocates: Apply Now!

About Vaish Associates Advocates

Set up in 1971, Vaish Associates Advocates is a full-service law firm advising domestic and international clients for over four decades and providing a broad range of legal, taxation, regulatory and advisory services to the commercial, industrial and financial communities.

We are established in three major cities of India. Our head office is in New Delhi. Other offices are in Mumbai and Bengaluru. Vaish Associates also has affiliates in various metropolitan cities and quasi-metro locations across India. We are an experienced team of 12 Partners and over 100 Associates.

About the Job Opportunity at Vaish Associates Advocates

Our Mumbai office is on the lookout for Lawyers with 2-4 years PQE in Real Estate matters with a reputed law firm with experience in drafting and vetting various legal agreements related to Real Estate transactions, conducting Title due diligence, RERA advisory and drafting of transaction documents.

The incumbents would be expected to be team players from a good law school having a good academic record with good drafting and oral communication skills and wanting to build a career in Real Estate practice. The candidates selected for the job opportunity at Vaish Associates Advocates can expect varied and challenging work experience and will be offered a remuneration commensurate with their experience and skillsets.

Application Procedure

Desirous candidates may e-mail their applications to (with a subject line: Real Estate). Only Mumbai based candidates need to apply.

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