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Tejinder Singh is a go-to appellate advocate for plaintiffs, including whistleblowers and also victims of terrorist attacks, air crashes, pharmaceutical product defects, and civil rights violations. Before joining Sparacino PLLC, Mr. Singh was a partner at the elite Supreme Court and appellate litigation boutique Goldstein & Russell, P.C., where he made history as the first turbaned Sikh to ever argue a case before the Supreme Court of the United States, and also served as counsel of record in dozens of cases in the Supreme Court and appellate courts.

Through more than a decade of experience presenting arguments to the most demanding judges in opposition to the best lawyers the defense bar has to offer, Mr. Singh has developed a deep understanding of the law, including an ability to anticipate trends and shape them through skilled advocacy. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan has described him as “an awesome lawyer,” and his co-counsel in several high-stakes cases commented that Mr. Singh’s advocacy “transformed our trial court and appellate briefings into some of the best exemplars of written advocacy I have ever had the privilege of signing,” and that he “is the best oralist I have known,” with the ability to “change an obviously hostile judge’s mind” at argument.

Outside of his legal practice, Mr. Singh makes frequent panel appearances to discuss legal developments, and also serves on the President’s Council of Taxpayers Against Fraud, as well as the Advisory Board of the Federal Bar Association’s Qui Tam Section. For several years, he has also taught Supreme Court litigation at Harvard Law School.


Harvard Law School (J.D. 2008)

U.C. Berkely (B.A. 2004)

Bar Admission

Maryland (active)

New York (active)

Washington, D.C. (active)

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