Faculty

Education

LLM (Harvard-Dana Scholar)
BA LLB Honors (NLSIU – Gold Medalist)

Publications

  • Chilling competition? Trade associations & the Indian competition regime (Rahul Singh & Dhanendra Kumar) | Oct 31, 2020.
    This paper explores the competition implications of trade associations in modern India. The paper recommends that the the Competition Commission of India (“CCI”) adopt guidelines to obviate the “chilling” effect on competition for both entities and individuals.
  • Law review articles on Competition law are available on Westlaw and have been cited by the Chief Justice of the Australian Apex Court.

Research and Other Activities

  • Visiting professor at University of California at Berkeley (USA)
  • Visiting professor at University of Florida Levin College of Law (USA)
  • Visiting professor at Harvard University (USA), Deakin University (Australia)
  • Visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (India)
  • Member of the Competition Commission of India’s Advisory Committee on Regulation
  • Consultant for several law firms and corporations
  • Law Clerk for Mr. Justice V.N. Khare, Chief Justice of India in 2003

Biography

Rahul Singh is currently Associate Professor of Law at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU). He teaches Competition Law & Policy, Regulation, WTO and Jurisprudence. He has also lectured as a visisting professor at numerous other places, including University of California at Berkeley (USA), University of Florida Levin College of Law (USA), Harvard University (USA), Deakin University (Australia), and the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (India).
He is a member of the Competition Commission of India’a Advisory Committee on Regulation. His law review articles on Competition law are available on westlaw and have been cited by the Chief Justice of the Australian apex Court. He is also a consultant for several law firms and corporations.

Professor Singh graduated with a Master of Laws (LLM) degree from Harvard Law School where he was a Myer Dana & Etta Dana Scholar. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts and Laws (BA, LLB Honors) degree from NLSIU where he was awarded four Gold Medals by the Chief Justice of India for exceptional academic excellence (including for being the ‘Best Student’). He was a Law Clerk for Mr.Justice V.N. Khare, Chief Justice of India in 2003.