Mr. Ashish Kumar Singh

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Mr. Ashish Kumar Singh is one of the founders and a Managing Partner at Capstone Legal.

He completed his B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from National Law School of India University, Bangalore in the year 2012 and founded the firm Capstone Legal in 2013 with Mr. Vagish Kumar Singh (NLS Bangalore, Batch of 2013). Capstone Legal is a leading law firm based out of Jaipur and having operations in NCR, Rajasthan and Mumbai. It is involved in advisory as well as dispute resolution work at the Supreme Court of India, Rajasthan High Court, Gujarat High Court, Bombay High Court and several Tribunals. The firm has handled more than 760 cases so far and over 300 cases in the year 2015-16 alone! It boasts of a diverse clientele ranging from NGOs to over a dozen ET500 companies including Binani Cement, Zoomcar, ICICI Lombard Insurance, NHAI, Snapdeal and Indian Oil Corporation.

What makes his achievements even more remarkable is the fact that he is a first generation lawyer. He learnt the art of court craft and drafting while working as a Junior Associate in the office of Major R. P. Singh Senior Advocate for a couple of months, where he drafted petitions, replies and entire briefs as well as appeared before the Hon’ble Courts, at a young age. He also received guidance of Mr. N.M. Ranka Senior Advocate while shaping his career as a litigation lawyer. Today he briefs several leading Senior Advocates in his cases including Mr. K.V. Viswanathan, Mr. S. Ganesh, Mr. Hiren Rawal, Mr. Amrendra Sharan.

He is e Halso the founder of Indian Journal of Contemporary Laws (IJCL) [], which is a peer reviewed academic journal whose patrons include eminent academicians.


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