Ravi Singh represents high-profile companies and individuals in a broad range of complex litigation matters, including antitrust, commercial contract disputes, white-collar litigation, and internal investigations. Prior to joining the firm, he was a litigation associate for over three years at another international law firm headquartered in New York.

Ravi Singh’s experience includes representing a large tech company in a high-stakes antitrust trial, a major sports company in a successful motion to dismiss, and a global hedge fund in a fraudulent transfer and violation of fiduciary duty action.  

Ravi Singh maintains a robust pro bono practice which includes representing amicus curie in the successful stay of a death-row inmate, as well as the representation of a group of former federal and state judges as amicus curie advocating that the Supreme Court hold that criminal defendants have a constitutional right to evidence proving factual innocence before pleading guilty.  

While in law school, Mr. Singh was a fellow at the Center for the Administration of Criminal Law, an intern at the US Attorney’s Office and an Executive Editor of the Law Review. He was also a Research Assistant for the Bharara Task Force on Insider Trading, which aimed at reforming US insider trading laws and has served as a legal policy advisor to Queens District Attorney Candidate Tiffany Caban.


  • Education

    • JD, New York University School of Law, 2019

      New York University Law Review, Executive Editor 

      Robert McKay Scholar

    • BA, Economics, Stony Brook University, 2015

      magna cum laude
  • Admissions

    • New York



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