A Passage to India? Globalization of the Indian Legal Profession
and the “Foreign Entry” Debate
Tuesday, February 19, noon
Harvard Law School
Lunch will be provided!
Aditya Singh Former Student Empirical Research Fellow HLS Program on the Legal Profession
Aditya Singh is interested in studying the structure and practices of the Indian legal profession. In 2010, as a Student Empirical Research Fellow at PLP, together with Jonathan Gingerich, Aditya conducted extensive research on legal education reform and specifically focused on issues of academic integrity and student evaluation. He is currently involved with the Globalization, Lawyers & Emerging Economies (GLEE) project where he is researching recruitment policies and practices with respect to Indian law students. Aditya holds an LL.M. from the Yale Law School, where he was the Myres McDougal Fellow, a senior editor of the Yale Journal of International Law and editor of the Yale Law & Policy Review. He is a 2011 graduate of NALSAR, Hyderabad, where he won the Gold Medal for the Best All Round Graduating Student and the Commonwealth Scholarship.He currently practices international arbitration and public international law with an international firm in New York.