The National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU), was established by the Rashtriya Vidhi Sansthan Vishwavidyalaya Adhiniyam, by an Act No. 41 of 1997 enacted by the Madhya Pradesh State Legislature. NLIU is recognized by the University Grants Commission and the Bar Council of India.
About the Client Counselling Competition
2nd NLIU-Link Legal National Client Counselling Competition is being held from 6th to 8th September, Bhopal at National Law Institute University, Bhopal.
The fundamental aim of this competition is to develop the counselling functions of a lawyer in a holistic manner, by providing a unique opportunity to have a deep insight into the behavioural aspects of counselling.
Client counselling requires that lawyer assist the client in the way he/she needs rather than the lawyer taking any decisions on behalf of the client.
Counselling is all about giving such information which a client would like to know regarding his legal problem/case. In order to satiate the client, a lawyer is expected to have excellent listening and advisory skills required to conduct a successful client interview.
The Competition will be held at NLIU, Bhopal campus.
Friday, September 6 to Sunday, September 8, 2019.
The colleges have to register themselves with us, provisionally first by sending in an email to our official id which is mca[at]nliu.ac.in.
Please note that only 20 teams will be selected on ‘first come, first serve’ basis. A maximum of two applications from each institution will be accepted.
Period of Registration: June 28 to July 20 2019
Release of Pools and Problems: August 7 2019
Rounds: September 6 to September 8 2019
For any queries, please write to at mca[at]nliu.ac.in, or, contact any of the following:
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