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Pradeep GURBANI

Consultant, Notary Public, Commissioner for Oaths

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Pradeep Gurbani is a Consultant with RHTLaw Asia within the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice area. As an active legal practitioner ever since he was called to the bar in 1995, Pradeep is a Barrister, an Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court, Associate Mediator with Singapore Mediation Centre, Mediator with the Singapore International Mediation Institute, Mediator with the Small Claims Tribunal and a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators.

Pradeep holds a treasury of achievements and skills with specialisations in civil, corporate, commercial, employment, construction, industrial accidents, tenancy, family, ADR, mediation, arbitration, estate matters, workmen compensation claims, and Strata Board matters amongst many others.

Pradeep is fluent in English, Sindhi and Malay.

Practice AreaLitigation & Dispute Resolution

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Education

  • Bachelor of Laws (Honours) – University of London (1990)
  • Master of Arts (Asia Pacific Studies) – University of Leeds (2001)
  • Diploma in Applied Psychology – Raffles College (2008)
  • Diploma in Buddhist Studies – Buddhist & Pali University of Sri Lanka (2012)
  • NLP Master Practitioner Certification
  • NLP (Certified) Coach

Awards & Accolades

  • Law Society Appreciation Award (2004)
  • District Governor, Toastmasters International District 80 (Singapore & Thailand), led District to ‘Presidents Distinguished District’ status with a world ranking of number 11
  • Semi-finalist at the World Championship of Public Speaking in 2010 held in USA

Memberships & Associations

  • Accredited Mediator, Singapore Mediation Centre
  • Member, Singapore Institute of Arbitrators
  • Mediator, Singapore International Mediation Institute

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