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Thursday, 24 October 2013

The Faculty is delighted to welcome the establishment of the Prathiba M Singh Cambridge Scholarship. This scholarship will enable talented Indian students to study for the LLM programme in Cambridge. Eligible students for the scholarship will be those who show a strong interest in Intellectual Property Law and who intend to pursue a legal career in India.

Prathiba M Singh is a Senior Advocate practising in the Supreme Court of India and the Delhi High Court. Until December 2013, she was the Managing Partner of Singh & Singh Law Firm in New Delhi which is a leading law firm for IPR/ telecom disputes. She is a leading litigation counsel in IPR matters and has handled several landmark litigations in India. She may be amongst the first IPR lawyers to be designated as a Senior Advocate.

Please note: the application deadline for the LLM at the University of Cambridge is earlier than most deadlines - 15 November 2013 for study in 2014-15. Visit the Faculty of Law LLM website for more information on the degree and the applications process. The Faculty's activities in the area of Intellectual Property are coordinated by the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law.