Rajdai a/k/a Camille is an Associate with Berkman Henoch and focuses her practice on the representation of lenders and financial institutions in connection with litigation matters primarily involving mortgages and title issues. Additionally, she has experience with Immigration Matters and Reals Estate and Commercial Transactions.

Camille earned her Bachelor of Science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in Criminal Justice, Public Administration and Planning and spent her first year of law school at Vermont Law School before transferring to City University of New York School of Law. At CUNY School of Law she engaged in the Immigration Clinic and defended and won an asylum claim in Immigration Court.

After graduating law school, Camille focused in the area of immigration law assisting clients in obtaining legal status in the U.S. for their relatives. During her solo career, she expanded her practice to include commercial and residential real estate transactions, family court, uncontested divorce, and landlord/tenant law.

During the last seven years, Camille has represented secured lenders in foreclosure actions. Her experiences range from settlement conferences, motion practice, court appearances, appellate practice and settlement negotiations.

In Camille’s spare time she is a Lincoln Douglas Debate Judge; counsels on domestic violence matters and an avid reader.

Mrs. Singh is admitted to the 1st Department and the Southern District Court of New York State.

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