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SAM PA Darshika Singh (NLIU ‘07) moves up a rung to Link Legal associate partner

Darshika Singh moves to Link Legal from SAMDarshika Singh moves to Link Legal from SAM

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas (SAM) Delhi-based principal associate Darshika Singh has joined Link Legal India Law Services as an associate partner.

She is a 2007 NLIU Bhopal graduate, with a 2009 LLM from Cambridge University.

She had joined Khaitan & Co in 2009, spent under a year as a legal consultant with the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy in Delhi in 2012, and then joined Amarchand, as it then was, in 2013.

We have reached out to SAM, Link Legal and Singh for comment.

Update: SAM commented: “Darshika left the Firm a few months ago for personal reasons. We wish her well in her new role.”

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Like +1 Object -0 Guest 25 Oct 18, 15:07
Good going DS!
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Like +1 Object -0 Kaliya 25 Oct 18, 18:31
NLIU Legal anyone?
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Like +5 Object -8 Godi Modi 25 Oct 18, 18:54  controversial
NLIU rules Link Legal Delhi now. The unnecessary new recruits of Link Legal Mumbai should be dispensed with.
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Like +12 Object -0 Alok Nath 25 Oct 18, 21:35  interesting  top rated
That was uncalled for.
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Like +8 Object -1 Seemad 25 Oct 18, 23:19  interesting
It's not about law schools. It's about an individuals accomplishment. Stop making it about law schools. Did her law school support her when she was trying to get a position?
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Like +4 Object -0 CHIPKU 26 Oct 18, 00:17
Well it did help her become what she is today, unlike few others who just got lucky because of a merger or past connections or desperate requirements. LLM and SAM being no less achievements built on the foundation of her law school.

In other news, did she refund her increment?

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Like +1 Object -0 Good wisher! 25 Oct 18, 21:31
Congratulations Darshika. Well deserved!
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Like +0 Object -0 Congrats 26 Oct 18, 09:32
Congratulations Darshika!!
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Like +5 Object -3 Dhokla 26 Oct 18, 18:07
It's proof that where NLUJ students have drowned top tier firms because of their attitude, NLIU students have lifted firms to greater heights.
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Like +2 Object -1 Guest 26 Oct 18, 19:44
Kuch samajh nahin aaya
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Like +2 Object -2 Thepla 26 Oct 18, 20:42
Luthra, ARA, etc which sunk from their highs due to self pompous and discriminatory attitude of NLUJ kids. All such firms mass recruited from NLUJ during their highs and sunk.
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Like +1 Object -0 NLIU Alum 27 Oct 18, 00:49
Chill bro! Why so edgy?
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Like +3 Object -0 Why 26 Oct 18, 20:15
Yaar itna inferiority complex kyun
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