Charanjit Singh

Dr Singh’s Practice

 

Dr Charanjit Singh is a Barrister, a Principal Lecturer in Law and a Certified Civil and Commercial Mediator. He is an advanced evidence law scholar and has extensively published on this subject, he has also held a number of Senior Management posts in UK Higher and Legal Education.

 

Dr Singh advises, undertakes advocacy and mediates on a wide range of legal disputes for corporations and individuals before the UK Courts and Tribunals. Issues include: unfair dismissal, TUPE and discrimination, police negligence and human rights, and various other criminal, civil and employment law related matters.

 

Dr Singh’s Background

 

Dr Singh received his Ph.D from the University of Southampton and he has a significant number of qualifications in Law, Governance and Legal Risk. Dr Singh has been a visiting Research Fellow at the University of Hong Kong where he undertook research on the International Criminal Law, Secret Courts and Terrorism. Dr Singh also served for many years as Editor-in-Chief of the International Commentary on Evidence Law and Theory and Issues in Legal Scholarship Journals.

 

Areas of Expertise

Civil Law

Criminal Law

Employment Law 

Company Law 

Public Law 

General Common Law

 

Memberships

The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple

 

Advance Higher Education 

 

Dr Singh’s Publications

 

His publications include:

 

  • Singh, C. (2020). Prosecuting Terrorism: Secret Courts, Evidence and Special Advocates. The Panoply of Challenges facing Criminal Justice, the United Kingdom Perspective. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, Taylor & Francis.
  • Singh, C. (2021). Defining and Responding to Terrorism in 2020: The Panoply of Challenges facing International Criminal Justice. Forthcoming 2021.
  • Singh, C. and Lin, W. (2020). Can Artificial Intelligence, RegTech and CharityTech provide Effective Solutions for Anti-money Laundering and Counter-terror Financing Initiatives in Charitable Fundraising. Journal of Money Laundering Control, Emerald.
  • Singh, C., Lin, W. and Ye, Z. (2020). Reimagining the Duties and Liabilities of Non-Executive Directors in the UK; A Review of the Law 15 Years After the Companies Act 2006. Part One: A Prelude to the Current Approach. International Company and Commercial Law Review, Sweet and Maxwell.
  • Ye, Z, Lin, W., Safari, N and Singh, C. (2020). Controlling Insider Dealing Through Criminal Enforcement in China. Journal of Financial Crime, Emerald.
  • Singh, C., Lin, W. and Ye, Z. (2020). Reimagining the Duties and Liabilities of Non-Executive Directors in the UK; A Review of the Law 15 Years After the Companies Act 2006. Part Two: the Most Current Approach. International Company and Commercial Law Review, Sweet and Maxwell.
  • Ye, Z., Lin, W. and Singh, C. (2020). An Overview of Insider Dealing Law and Policy: A Chinese Perspective (Part One). Company Lawyer, Sweet and Maxwell.
  • Ye, Z., Lin, W. and Singh, C. (2020). An Overview of Insider Dealing Law and Policy: A Chinese Perspective (Part Two). Company Lawyer, Sweet and Maxwell.
  • Singh, C. (2019). Eliciting Best Evidence from a Child Witness: A Comparative Study of the United Kingdom and India. Issues in Legal Scholarship. Germany and the USA: De Grutyer.
  • Singh, C. (2019). Bumped Redundancy and the Range of Reasonable Responses: To what extent, if any, should employers consider bumping? Life after Mirab v Mentor Graphics Limited UKEAT/0172/17DA. Issues in Legal Scholarship. Germany and the USA: De Grutyer.
  • Singh, C. (2018). Criminal Evidence: Evidencing Defences to Murder. R v Goodwin (Anthony Gerard) [2018] EWCA Crim 2287. International Commentary on Evidence. Volume 14. Germany and the USA: De Grutyer.
  • Singh, C. (2018). Evidence and Variation of Confiscation Orders: R v O’Flaherty (Carl Anthony). Court of Appeal Criminal Division, 29th of October 2018). International Commentary on Evidence. Volume 13. Germany and the USA: De Grutyer.
  • Singh, C. (2016). Disability Discrimination, Obesity and the CJEU’s decision in Karsten Kaltoft v Billund Kommune Case C-354/13 ECJ. Issues in Legal Scholarship. Germany and the USA: De Grutyer.
  • Singh, C. (2015). Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Should Justice Beware: a review of the debate surrounding the reliability of voice identification evidence in light of advances in biometric voice identification technology.  International Commentary on Evidence. Volume 11: 1 – 28. Germany and the USA: De Grutyer.
  • Singh, C. and Ramjohn, M. (2015). Unlocking Evidence. 3rd Third Edition. Oxon: Routledge.
  • Singh, C. (2015). Q&A: Evidence. 11th Edition. Oxon: Routledge. Book, 11 Editions.
  • Singh, C. (2014). Beginning Evidence. Oxon: Routledge.
  • Singh, C., and Guth, J. (2016). Employment Law Question and Answers. 3rd Edition. London: PearsonEd.