Sangeet is the Founder and Managing Director of Lex Conscientia. Passionate about all things law and legal related, she is an entrepreneur with an established reputation for innovation in the provision of legal services. She began her career as a legal academic holding lecturing and tutoring positions in the UK before she joined the Law Society of Singapore as a Director of Training.
There, she pioneered the design and delivery of the Society's first programme of learning and development for the legal profession in Singapore.
During her career, Sangeet has worked on the knowledge management and business development teams of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Baker & McKenzie and a well-established Corporate & Banking Singapore law firm.
As a long-time observer of legal markets, Sangeet founded Lex Conscientia in Singapore in direct response to the need of many law firms to develop high quality and innovative knowledge management, business development and learning and development strategies without necessarily increasing the permanent employee headcount.
Small and medium-sized law firms constantly agonise over the competing need to spend time managing and growing their business with time spent on their transactional fee-earning.
We set up Lex Conscientia to make sure lawyers can focus on what they do best, while we help them do the rest.
She is an affiliate member of the Institute of Recruitment Professionals and with her team, Lex Conscientia is proud to be the exclusive provider of recruitment services to NationalSolicitors.com
She is passionate about regulatory and compliance issues affecting the legal profession and when not keeping her finger on the pulse of global legal happenings and law firm management trends, Sangeet enjoys pillion motorbike riding and angling.
- International Practice Diploma - Mergers and Acquisitions Module, UK College of Law and the International Bar Association
- LL.M in Law & Society, Lancaster University, United Kingdom Thesis Title: The Poor Man Today: A Comprehensive Study of the Extent of Access to Justice for Poor Persons
- Second Class Upper, Law LL.B (Hons), Lancaster University, United Kingdom
- Institute of Recruitment Professionals