B.A. LL.B. (Symbiosis Pune);
LL.M. (National University of Singapore);
LL.M. (IHEID, Geneva)
Aayushi Singh completed a double degree in International arbitration from the National University of Singapore, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and University of Geneva. She is a recipient of a full scholarship by the Aga Khan Development Network (2018-2019) for her higher studies. She also received a full scholarship to pursue the Austrian Arbitration Academy, 2019 offered by the Sommerhochschule, University of Vienna.
She pursued her seminal thesis at NUS under the supervision of Prof. M Sornarajah on the topic “Transparency in the Asian arbitration regime – the way ahead.” Her thesis in Geneva was titled “Fragmentation of BITs and the scope for multilateral convergence” and was supervised by Prof. Fuad Zarbiyev.
She has worked as a trainee for two reputed Swiss arbitration firms. While pursuing her LL.M. in Singapore, she worked as an attachee with Rajah and Tann and Allen and Gledhill, two of Singapore’s Big 4 firms. She also worked as an International Arbitration Trainee with the Asian International Arbitration Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
Prior to her LL.M., she graduated from Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India with an Award of Appreciation for being the Academic Topper for 2015-2016. In the course of her undergraduate degree, she also won accolades in reputed moots as the Willem C. Vis Moot, Vienna, NLIU Juris Corp National Moot Court Competition, among others.
Her research interests include investment arbitration, international commercial arbitration and public international law. Outside law, Aayushi is a photography and art enthusiast.