Tejinder Singh is a partner who has been with the firm for more than a decade. His practice focuses on providing Supreme Court and appellate help to people in need, including civil plaintiffs (especially whistleblowers, but also people injured by fraud, civil rights violations, accidents, or terrorist attacks), criminal defendants (especially capital defendants), and advocacy organizations. He also takes on complex matters in trial courts, assisting with complaints and dispositive motions.
Tejinder has argued twice in the Supreme Court, winning both times—alongside a string of victories in the lower courts. These successes have made Tejinder a go-to appellate advocate in the plaintiffs’ bar.
In addition to his legal practice, Tejinder serves as an instructor in Harvard Law School’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, and on voluntary boards and committees in the community including the President’s Council for Taxpayers Against Fraud, the board of directors for Essie Justice Group, and the board of trustees for Concord Hill School. Before joining the firm, Tejinder clerked for Judge Diana Motz on the Fourth Circuit. He graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he served as Editor in Chief of the American Constitution Society’s journal, the Harvard Law & Policy Review.