Tejinder Singh has represented parties and amici before the Supreme Court and lower courts. His matters have involved a broad range of subject areas, including constitutional law, the enforcement of arbitration awards, civil rights, criminal defense, financial regulation, and gambling law. In 2014, Tejinder argued and won the Supreme Court case Lane v. Franks, establishing that the First Amendment protects the subpoenaed testimony of public employees. He was named to the National Law Journal's D.C. Rising Stars list. A regular contributor to the SCOTUSblog, Tejinder also makes frequent television and radio appearances to discuss developments at the Court. Tejinder is an instructor in the Harvard Supreme Court Litigation Clinic.
- J.D., Harvard Law School, 2008
- B.A., University of California at Berkeley, 2004
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