Deepak Raja founded this firm and is currently actively managing it. He was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 2001. He had read law in England and was admitted as a Barrister in 2000. Prior to reading law, Deepak read Mathematics and Physics, his first passion till today, at the National University of Singapore. He also holds a Master's Degree in Law from the National University of Singapore.

In 2000, as a trainee lawyer, Deepak won 2nd prize in an international intellectual property essay writing competition organised by the International Trademark Association (INTA). He writes from time to time. Some of his articles are listed below.

Having practised law in top-tier law firms in Singapore and with leading lawyers there, Deepak specialises in litigation and drafting of commercial and non-commercial agreements. He has represented clients at all levels of the court structure, from the lowest Magistrate Courts to the highest Court of Appeal, and has been involved in a number of reported cases and landmark decisions.

Deepak had also taught undergraduate law on a part-time basis at Stansfield College and at the Singapore Institute of Commerce.

A former member of the Law Society of Singapore's Professional Conduct & Ethics Committee, Deepak was also substantially involved in the Law Reform with regard to the Parol Evidence Rule. He has also given a number of talks regarding Medical and Dental Disciplinary Proceedings and the Parol Evidence Rule.

In his spare time Deepak updates himself with the latest in Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy. Swimming and cycling are routine fitness pursuits engaged weekly. He loves golf and plays it for recreation. Deepak also loves travelling and has visited and driven in many countries.

Deepak may be reached via email at

Some Published Articles
  • "Torontonians' Amazingly Different", Law Gazette, November 2007
  • "Summary of the Law of Occupiers' Liability in Singapore", Law Gazette, March 2007
  • "The Complaints Committee of the Singapore Medical Council", Law Gazette, May 2006
  • A "The Deduction of Collateral Benefits in the Assessment of Damages"
    International Bar Association, January 2006
  • "The Legal Assessor in a Medical Disciplinary Inquiry", Law Gazette, November 2005
  • "'Infamous Conduct' in the Medical Profession", Law Gazette, August 2005

Some Reported Cases
  • Dr. Aloysius Teo v. Harry Tan (2004) 3 SLR 588
  • Dr. Chia Yang Pong v. Singapore Medical Council (2004) 3 SLR 151; Straits Times, 29 April 2004
  • Harry Tan v. Dr. Aloysius Teo (2004) 1 SLR 513; Straits Times, 17 Nov 2003
  • Francis Laudette v. Dr. Kong Sim Guan (2003) 3 SLR 146; Straits Times, 17 Oct 2002, 18 Oct 2002, 1 Nov 2002, 1 Aug 2003
  • PP v. Teo Hann Ning, Straits Times, 1 Nov 2002
  • Chng Chee Koon v Chng Eng Kah,: Straits Times, 4,11 Oct 2005

Current Professional Memberships
  • Singapore Academy of Law
  • The Law Society of Singapore
  • The Supreme Court of Singapore
  • The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn, London
  • Singapore Institute of Arbitrators

Former Professional Memberships
  • Professional Conduct & Ethics Committee, Law Society of Singapore
  • International Relations Committee, Law Society of Singapore
  • Young Lawyers Committee, The Law Society of Singapore
  • Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK