CoinDCX Mumbai is inviting applications from eligible candidates for its legal internship program in Mumbai.
CoinDCX is India’s most valued Crypto Investment App. Its exchange is built with user experience and security in mind. It gives users single-point access to a diverse suite of crypto-based financial products and services backed by security processes and insurance.
About the Opportunity
CoinDCX Mumbai is inviting applications from eligible candidates for its legal internship program in Mumbai. This is a 6 months paid internship with the possibility of being converted into full-time.
Roles and Responsibilities
- Drafting, vetting, negotiating, and closing various documents including but not limited to Non-Disclosure Agreements, Marketing and Branding Agreements, Terms and Conditions, Service Agreements, Alliance and Partnership agreements, and other documents.
- Assisting in drafting/ vetting legal notices, replies, affidavits, power of attorney, etc.
- Updating the team with the updates on Blockchain and crypto space globally with a focus on providing regulatory updates.
- Keeping track of the regulatory/ policy developments happening in the Indian crypto space.
- Interacting with internal and external stakeholders, as may be required.
- Undertaking research and preparation of notes/ summary documents in relation to that, as and when required.
- Should have prior internship experience of not less than six months at a Tier – I or Tier -II Law firm or with any in-house legal team (preference – NBFC/ fintech).
- Basic understanding of Corporate law with a working knowledge of Contract Law; IPR laws, Banking Laws, and Civil and Criminal laws.
- Basic knowledge of the crypto industry is definitely a plus point. We are looking for people who are passionate about this space.
How to Apply?
Interested candidates can apply through the link provided at the end of this post.
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