23rd January 2017

Louis Dreyfus Scholar Nidhi Singh presents at international Law Conferences

Following her graduation in 2016, Louis Dreyfus Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Scholar Nidhi Singh (MSc Law and Finance, 2015-16) has been keeping busy with a range of conferences and publications based on her work here at Oxford and her work with her newly-formed law practise BlackPearl Chambers, headquartered in New Delhi.
In October 2016, Nidhi presented a paper at the 3rd Annual International Conference on Law, Economics and Politics (AICLEP) on ‘Corporate Governance in UK’ at Newnham College, Cambridge. This paper has also been published by AICLEP as part of the FLE Publications.
 
Nidhi wrote a paper on ‘Unlocking the power of impact of Sustainable Development Goals: K.I.S.S. realising the opportunity’ as part of her pro-bono requirement for her Louis Dreyfus Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Scholarships. The Journal of Sustainable Development, published by the Canadian Centre of Science and Education, Canada has accepted this paper for publication in February 2017.
 
Nidhi has been selected to present a paper on ‘Shareholder primacy and Corporate Governance in UK’ at Griffith Law School, Brisbane, Australia. The Corporate Law Teachers’ Association and University of New South Wales are organising the Conference. (February 2017)
 
She has also been selected to present a paper on ‘Financial Crisis and credibility of Efficient Market Theory’ at the Annual Public Policy Conference (NITI Samvaad) organized by St. Xaviers’ College, Mumbai. The paper has also been accepted for publication in the forthcoming issue of the Public Policy Journal published by the Public Policy School of St. Xaviers’ College. (February 2017)
 
Premised on her achievements, Nidhi has been invited as a Guest Speaker by Lovely Professional University, School of Law, Punjab to address the law students on the topic ‘Global Trends in Law’. She will also address the students on how to apply for LL.M. and scholarships abroad. (January 2017)