Manjit Singh

Manjit is an associate in the Cross-Border Litigation Group at Cambridge LLP. His practice focuses on international law (both private and public), immigration law, estates litigation, defamation law (libel and slander), and commercial & civil litigation.

Manjit received his Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University in Toronto with a Conferred Specialization in International, Comparative and Transnational Law. He is called to both the Ontario bar in Canada and the California bar in the United States. He is fluent in Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.

Manjit Singh has appeared on behalf of clients at the Small Claims Court (Ontario), Superior Court of Justice (Ontario) and Federal Court of Canada. He has won trials at both the Small Claims Court (Ontario) and Superior Court of Justice (Ontario), and won appeals at the Federal Court of Canada.

Manjit frequently publishes articles on topics related to cross-border, defamation and immigration law. He also writes for Cambridge LLP's Canadian Perspectives on International Law Blog, monthly E-Bulletin and is a featured blogger with The Huffington Post. 

After practicing litigation for over a decade, Manjit has decided to expand his practice by providing Alternative Dispute Resolution options.  To this end, Manjit has trained as a mediator and an arbitrator, and has been able to provide services via either or both.

Areas of Expertise
  • International Business Disputes and Litigation
  • Private and Public International Law
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Civil Litigation
  • Immigration Law
  • Defamation Law (Internet/Cyber Libel)
  • Estates Litigation