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Rakesh Singh (2018)

Rakesh Singh studied Comparative and International Dispute Resolution in 2018 and is now Assistant Professor at O.P. Jindal Global University in India.

Rakesh Singh

Why did you choose to study at CCLS?

The faculty teaching in the LLM comparative international dispute resolution is among the best from their fields. This makes it easier for anyone to pursue a program in arbitration at CCLS.

What is your favourite memory of being a CCLS student?

I loved my time in the Mile End library writing my dissertation.

What does being a member of the CCLS community mean to you?

Studying in London was itself overwhelming. Being a part of group of students making individual efforts in their own jurisdiction and bonding with them and in their profession was gratifying. I became friends with students from other jurisdictions, some of whom are working with me in the university where I am now teaching.

How did your CCLS experience contribute to your career?

The amount of reading and research keeps you updated and is a sought-after quality from the employers for faculty positions. Small things like the training to write proper emails is the master key for any job.

Why do you think prospective students should study at CCLS?

CCLS has an experienced faculty, updated curriculum, critical writing classes and the opportunity to network with your classmates, faculty and at various other social events which are organised by CCLS. All these factors are the most essential requirements, which any student seeks. Also, the option for students to choose modules from various specialisms is unique and enables students to choose what they wish to study.

What is your current role and place of work?

I am Assistant Professor at O.P. Jindal Global University, India.

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