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Dr. Rakesh Kumar Singh

Associate Dean and Associate Professor

School of Law, Humanities and Management

The Neotia University

West Bengal (India)

A Commerce graduate with honours from University of Calcutta obtained his LL.B and LL.M (with specialization in Business Laws ) from University of Calcutta and was also awarded Ph.d in Corporate Law by the University of Calcutta. Previously practiced as an Advocate at District Court, Alipore and at High Court, Kolkata . Published articles in various legal Journals and has participated in Workshops and Presented papers in various State level seminars and U.G.C Sponsored National Seminars. Invited as Keynote Speaker and Resource person in various Workshops, National and  International Seminars, Panel discussions and TV programmes. Awarded “Proud NHS ian of the School” by  National High School (Alma mater). Organized many Legal Aid Programmes, different Sensitization  and Awareness programmes on Consumer rights, Women empowerment , Child rights, Environment protection and Human rights. Invited to participate as Judge in various Moot Court Competitions.

His area of interest includes International Trade Law , Commercial law , Criminal Law ,Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence. Published a book on “Amalgamation And Merger Of Companies And The WTO” from Eastern Law House(2013). Formerly worked as Principal, Haldia Law College under Vidyasagar University (Midnapore) West Bengal (2004-15) and Founder Head of Institution, Amity Law School, Amity University, West Bengal (2015-2018),Associate Dean and HOD, School of Law and Justice, Adamas Univer sity, West Bengal.

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