Secretary Jobs at Law Students’ Association of Sri Lanka/ Asian Law Students’ Association – Sri Lankan Chapter in Colombo, Western Province

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Law Students' Association of Sri Lanka/ Asian Law Students' Association - Sri Lankan Chapter company opens jobs for Secretary positions in the Western Province region. The type of work we provide is Volunteer.

The criteria for the employees we need are having common and adaptable (for details, you can ask the company) skills with beginners or seniors experience, as well as employees who are honest, disciplined and responsible.

The estimated salary offered by this company is quite competitive around රු. 11,000 - රු. 29,000 (per month). However, the salary can go up or down depending on the company that decides it.

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Job Information

Company:Law Students’ Association of Sri Lanka/ Asian Law Students’ Association – Sri Lankan Chapter
Region:Western Province, Colombo - Western Province
Employment Type:Volunteer

Job Description

Be a member of the Law Students’ Association of Sri Lanka.
Be an law undergraduate in Sri Lanka.
The duties of the role include the following:
a)To collect, manage and keep track of the overall information for the Association; 
b) To promote membership of the Association at fresher’s weeks of law schools; 
c) To handle member registration conducted through official online platform; 
d) To facilitate the flow of information between all members;  
e) To be responsible for the minutes of the National Council;  
f) To be the communicating and coordinating source within the National Council; 
g) To be an ex-officio member of all Committees 
h) To have custody of all files and correspondence of the Association ; 
i) To duly maintain all documentation including copies of the Constitution, bylaws and minutes;
j) To maintain a registry of all members to be passed on to the succeeding Secretary; and, 
k) To perform such other functions as may be assigned by the National Council. 
Hours of work: 6-8hrs per week approximately
Please note the role is voluntary and not compensated!


  • Comfortable environment
  • Taught when starting work
  • Salary bonus if there is overtime

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Law Students’ Association of Sri Lanka/ Asian Law Students’ Association – Sri Lankan Chapter


The Law Students’ Association of Sri Lanka (LSASL) is an independent student-run association of law students in Sri Lanka. It is affiliated with and recognized by the Asian Law Students’ Association (ALSA) of which its Sri Lankan Chapter is an integral member. LSASL was established in 2003 with the aim of advancing and promoting the legal practice among its members and graduating law students. LSASL mission is to create a dynamic ecosystem for its members to gain professional and educational legal experience as well as to engage in research and development activities. LSASL also actively promotes student welfare initiatives, encourages dialogue and discussion among student members, and organizes workshops, seminars and conferences for students and international delegates alike.

The association also serves as a bridge between legal academia and practice by organizing panels and forums that bring together distinguished professionals from the legal world. Through its initiatives and activities, LSASL has been able to unite members of the outstanding law student community in Sri Lanka and around the region. Its objectives include promoting the professional development of student members, creating a unified platform for law students to engage in activities that will enhance their employability as well as professional development, and to ensure the ethical use of knowledge in legal practice.

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