David Singh is a member of the 2017/2018 articling student class at Cassels Brock.
David recently completed his J.D from Queen’s University, where he was actively involved in the Queen’s Law community. David has acted as an orientation leader as well as a Pro Bono student volunteer working on amendments to Ontario’s Mining Act. David also played on a number of Queen’s Law soccer and basketball intramural teams. In the Fall of 2016, David spent a semester on exchange in Australia, where he studied at the University of Sydney.
David graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and Science in Environmental Studies and Economics from McGill University, and went on to complete a Master of Urban Planning at McGill, where his research focused on transnational environmental regulatory regimes in the mining industry. During his master’s degree David was awarded a Graduate Excellence Scholarship. Prior to joining Cassels Brock, David worked as a planning clerk in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland, and as a summer law student at a land development & litigation law firm in Toronto.
In his spare time, David enjoys exploring new restaurants and travelling. To date, he has been to over 40 countries across 6 continents.