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Amrita Singh is an associate at Bereskin & Parr LLP. Her practice focuses on litigation in all areas of intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, copyright, and confidential information.
While attending law school, Amrita received the 1st place Oralist prize in the First Year International Law Moot 2010 (formerly the Fasken Martineau First Year International Law Moot), and was part of the team that received the 2nd place Factum prize in the Wilson Moot 2011.
Amrita is on the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada's (IPIC) Litigation Committee, Women in IP Committee and Young Practitioners Committee. She is very active in the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) – she is currently an elected representative for Toronto on the OBA Council, the Public Affairs Liaison for the Information Technology and Intellectual Property section executive as, and a member-at-large of the Women Lawyers Forum section executive.
In addition, Amrita is on the Canadian Bar Association's (CBA) Patent and Industrial Design Committee and is an active member of the Advocates' Society and Toronto Intellectual Property Group (TIPG). Amrita is also an elected member of Queen’s University Council.
Amrita has appeared as an expert in intellectual property law before the Canadian House of Commons’ Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology (INDU).
Prior to being admitted to the Bar, Amrita was an articling student with the firm, and summered in-house with a large pharmaceutical company.
Advocates' Society Canadian Bar Association (CBA) Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC), Fellow Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) Ontario Bar Association (OBA) South Asian Bar Association (SABA) Toronto Intellectual Property Group (TIPG) Young Women in Law