Mr. Deepjot Singh
Deepjot is a full-time doctoral research student and a PGR representative at Durham Law School. He completed his B.A LL. B (hons) from University of Jammu, India in 2017 wherein he developed and a curiosity for alternative dispute resolution and jurisprudence. He also gained a diploma in Cyber Law in 2014 from Asian School of Cyber Laws and The Government Law College, Mumbai with a score of 80%.
Deep holds LLM student in International Trade and Commercial Law from Durham Law School which he completed with a distinction in 2018. He wrote his masters dissertation on equity considerations in arbitration (Equity in arbitration and Arbitration Ex aequo et bono) which received a 75% score.
Deep is a member of the Young International Arbitration Group (London Court of International Arbitration), a student member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and an ordinary member of the Society of Legal Scholars.
Deep’s current research is titled, ‘Transnational arbitral legal orders: finding justice in a private normative order’. His research aims to establish the legitimacy of international commercial arbitration as an autonomously functioning dispute resolution method capable of rendering justice. Towards this end, his research takes a unique pluralistic jurisprudential and structural functionalist approach. This research will contribute to the methodological, theoretical and practical literature of international commercial arbitration which even after all these years of existence remains a confined knowledge held within authoritative circles.
Deepjot Singh (2017), ‘Energy as a Challenge to Sustainable Development: Power to Future’. Seminar on Renewable Energy, Sustainable Development and Consumer Protection. Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, India.
International Commercial Arbitration
Alternative Dispute Resolution