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Sonjay Singh is an Associate in the Firm’s Consumer Protection department, working out of the Washington, D.C. office.

Sonjay comes to Berger Montague from a reputable D.C. plaintiff’s firm, where he pursued personal injury, medical malpractice, defective premises, and other tort cases as a trial lawyer. Before moving to D.C., Sonjay developed his passion for consumer protection with a Pennsylvania class action firm, working on claims for clients affected by defective products, institutional abuse, data privacy failures, and other corporate misconduct. Through these roles, Sonjay developed one important principle – that no one is too big, or too powerful, to be held accountable under the law.

Sonjay graduated from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law with both his J.D. and a certificate in Trial Advocacy and Litigation. During his time in law school, he was active on campus, and served as Vice President of the Student Bar Association. Sonjay also competed on Temple’s highly-ranked Trial Team, winning the Inter-American Invitational at the University of Puerto Rico among other honors. For his dedication to plaintiff’s representation, Sonjay was named the Eisenberg Scholar, a scholarship given yearly to the outstanding student in civil litigation, and received the Trial Program Award for excellence in advocacy upon graduating.

Sonjay is active in the legal community, and served as the 2022-23 Communications Chair for the MSBA Young Lawyers Division. Before starting law school, Sonjay co-founded a DEI hiring and recruiting startup based in New York City, where he managed sales, marketing, and client success initiatives.

Business and Community Leadership

  • Communications Chair for the MSBA Young Lawyers Division, 2022-23


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