Welcome to the Temple City of Tamil Nadu, Tiruchirappalli!

The Tamil Nadu National Law University (TNNLU), is hosting the India Rounds, 2024 of the Louis M. Brown and Forrest S. Mosten International Client Consultation Competition in collaboration with our knowledge partners, SCC Online and Eastern Book Company. The Competition is taking place from the 2nd to the 4th of February 2024. The winner of the National Rounds shall represent India in the International Rounds.

The Louis M. Brown and Forrest S. Mosten International Client Consultation Competition began in 1969 and gained ABA recognition in 1972. In 1993, it was officially named after Louis M. Brown. In 2010, it changed from “Client Counselling” to “Client Consultation.” Affiliated with the International Bar Association, it annually hosts winners from national rounds worldwide. The 2024 International Rounds will be held in Lublin, Poland, hosted by John Paul II Catholic University, in partnership with Ukraine, from April 10-13, focusing on International Humanitarian Law. Participants hone interviewing and counseling skills, engaging with clients from diverse backgrounds.

With 31 teams from leading law universities for the National Rounds, this competition promises an exciting showcase of client consultation prowess.

2nd February, 2024 (Day 1)-

3 PM | Registration | Multi-Purpose Hall

The registration for the event commenced, marking the beginning of an exciting gathering for all participants. As the participants entered, they were warmly welcomed by the Organizing  Committee, who greeted them with smiles and words of encouragement, further enhancing the welcoming atmosphere of the event. With the registration getting over, it became evident that the event was poised to bring together a diverse and dynamic group of law students from all over India who were ready to contribute to the success of the competition.

Registration Desk

4 PM | SCC Online Training Session | Multi-Purpose Hall

The SCC Online Training Session titled “Utilizing SCC Online and EBC Reader for Acing Client-Consulations” commenced with a warm welcome from EBC-SCC Online Student Ambassador, Mr. Anish Mishra, who provided an introduction to how students participating in the Client Counseling competition can effectively utilize the SCC Online platform. Subsequently, the session delved into the basics of the browse Curated topics and articles section in SCC, emphasizing the importance of browsing articles related to International Law Matters. Moving forward, the Find by Topics section was introduced, with a specific focus on exploring content related to International Humanitarian Law.

Participants were guided through the Advanced Search functionalities of SCC, particularly in the context of International Humanitarian Law. He demonstrated the verbatim search method using double quotes and showcased the ability to filter judgments, articles, statutes, and more through the innovative “Search within Search” feature. An example search within Refugee Law was presented. The session then moved on to the basics of Word Search and Boolean Search illustrating the use of Boolean operators like AND, NEAR, OR, and NOT through an example query: “Refugees AND Occupation.”

At 4:30 PM, Attention was directed to the EBC Reader, where he showcased the diverse collection of books on International Law and Refugees. Features such as the Advanced Search within the EBC Reader, covering books, bare acts, journals, and periodicals, were also demonstrated. New additions to the EBC Reader were shown highlighting the notifications section.

SCC Online Session
Anish Mishra taking SCC Online Training Session

The session concluded at 4:45 PM with closing remarks delivered by Anish Mishra, expressing gratitude to all participants on behalf of EBC. He extended sincere appreciation for their active involvement and contributions throughout the event. Additionally, he informed participants of the opportunity to further engage with the event’s proceedings through the Live Blogging Section of SCC Online Blogs.

5 PM | Inaugration Ceremony | Multi-Purpose Hall

At 5:00 PM, the Inauguration Ceremony commenced, marking the formal initiation of the event. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. (Dr.) V. Nagraj accompanied by the Registrar, Prof. (Dr.) Balakrishnan extended a warm welcome to the esteemed guests, Justice (Retd.) Kanaan Krishnamoorthy and Mr. Babu Gowda Patil, who is the co-ordinator of the India Rounds of Louis Brown.

At 5:05 PM, the Inauguration Ceremony officially began with the recitation of Tamil Thaai Vaazhthu, evoking a sense of solemnity and cultural reverence.

At 5:09 PM, a symbolic moment ensued as the dignitaries present participated in the Lighting of the Lamp ceremony, symbolizing the illumination of knowledge and wisdom to guide the event’s proceedings.

Prof. (Dr.) V. Nagraj lightening the lamp.

Following this, at 5:11 PM, the Registrar delivered a Welcome Speech, expressing gratitude to the esteemed guests and the Vice-Chancellor on behalf of the college community for their presence and support.

At 5:15 PM, the Vice-Chancellor extended a token of appreciation to the guests by presenting them with a shawl, symbolizing warmth and hospitality.

Prof. (Dr.) V. Nagraj presenting shawl to Justice (Rtd.) Kanaan Krishnamoorthy

At 5:16 PM, the program progressed with a  speech delivered by Mr. Babu Gowda Patil which resonated deeply with every participant, instilling a sense of confidence and joy. Mr. Patil articulated the significance of the India Rounds winner representing the nation in Poland, thereby elevating the competition’s stakes.

During his address, Mr. Patil provided invaluable insights into the essential qualities required for effective client counseling, highlighting the paramount importance of respect in the legal profession. He underscored the indispensable nature of this attribute, emphasizing its role in fostering trust and confidence from clients.

Mr. Babu Gowda Patil addressing the gathering.

Furthermore, Mr. Patil elucidated the process of posing pertinent questions to clients and offering recommendations, aiding them in making informed decisions smoothly. He emphasized the importance of consent as a fundamental aspect throughout this process, ensuring mutual understanding and agreement between the legal professional and the client.

At 5:25 PM, Justice Kanaan took the podium, expressing his heartfelt appreciation for being selected as the chief guest. Reflecting on his upbringing and professional influences, he shared poignant anecdotes, particularly reminiscing about his father’s profound impact on his career, especially his adept communication skills when dealing with clients.

In his address, Justice Kanaan delved into the historical evolution of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), tracing its roots back to Roscoe Pound’s seminal proposal in 1906. He expounded on how ADR has since become integral to legal systems worldwide, including India, where it has been enshrined in legislation such as the Legal Services Authorities Act.

Address by Retired Justice Kannan Krishnamoorthy to the Participants.

Moreover, Justice Kanaan underscored the pivotal role of effective communication and ethical considerations in ADR, emphasizing its capacity to foster truthfulness and resolve complex humanitarian issues. Drawing from historical and mythological contexts, he urged participants to embrace principles of non-violence and the rule of law, highlighting their enduring relevance in contemporary legal practice.

Ultimately, Justice Kanaan’s address resonated with the audience, not only providing valuable insights into the intricacies of ADR but also instilling a sense of duty toward upholding ethical standards and promoting justice in society.

At 6:15 PM, Ms. Mrinmoyee who is Faculty Incharge of TNNLU’s ADR stepped onto the stage to deliver the vote of thanks, expressing profound gratitude to the esteemed guests and administrative dignitaries who graced the event with their presence. She emphasized their invaluable contribution to the event’s success, acknowledging their support and guidance.

Furthermore, Ms. Mrinmoyee extended heartfelt thanks to the students of Tamil Nadu National Law University, whose dedication and efforts played a pivotal role in orchestrating and executing the event seamlessly. Their commitment to excellence and teamwork greatly contributed to the event’s grand success, and Ms. Mrinmoyee ensured that their significant role was duly recognized and appreciated.

At 6:33 PM, Pranav who is a Senior Member at TNNLU’s ADR commenced the participant briefing, delivering detailed instructions for the forthcoming competition. With meticulous precision, he elucidated guidelines about both the preparatory phase and the actual proceedings of the competition, with a particular emphasis on the pivotal role of the proposition.

Furthermore, Pranav provided specific directives to the dedicated volunteers involved, ensuring seamless coordination and execution of the event. His adept management and clear communication laid the groundwork for a well-organized competition environment.

Participants briefing by Mr. Pranav

The participant briefing overseen by Pranav drew to a close at 6:40 PM, marking the culmination of the session. His comprehensive guidance equipped both participants and volunteers with the necessary knowledge and confidence to navigate the upcoming competition successfully.

At 6:40 PM, Mr. Babu Gowda Patil took to the stage to explain the rules governing the competition. With meticulous attention to detail, Mr. Patil underscored specific guidelines, notably highlighting the imperative for participants to adhere strictly to formal attire standards.

Following this, Mr. Patil proceeded to elucidate additional procedural aspects and expected conduct during the competition, ensuring a clear understanding of expectations for all involved parties. As the National Coordinator, his authoritative delivery instilled confidence in participants regarding the competition’s structure and regulations.

Continuing his discourse, Mr. Patil delved into the intricacies of the two-stage format, which encompassed client interviewing and counseling. Participants were provided with comprehensive insights into the sequential process, aimed at enhancing their readiness for the upcoming rounds. The emphasis was placed on fostering effective client engagement and counseling strategies, thus enriching the overall competition experience.

Mr. Patil explaining the rules to the Participants.

Throughout the session, Mr. Patil fielded queries from participants, addressing each with satisfaction, thereby ensuring clarity and understanding among all participants. With gratitude, the session on client counseling drew to a close at 7:30 PM, leaving participants well-informed and prepared for the challenges ahead.

Following the informative sessions, the fixtures for the Preliminary Rounds were determined through a meticulous process facilitated by Ms. Dheekshanya, a Senior Member of TNNLU’s ADR, with the assistance of Ms. Leah, Ms. Shreya P., and Mr. Anish Mishra from the Organizing Committee.

Ms. Dheekshanya meticulously explained the process of team allocation for the rounds and promptly solved participants’ queries too. Each step was carefully outlined, ensuring transparency and fairness in the allocation process. The involvement of esteemed members of the Organizing Committee further added credibility to the procedure.

Under the guidance of Ms. Dheekshanya and the support of the organizing team, the process unfolded smoothly, culminating in the establishment of the fixtures for the Preliminary Rounds. This transparent and systematic approach underscored the commitment to maintaining integrity and impartiality throughout the competition proceedings.

Fixtures for Preliminary Rounds

With the finalization of the fixtures, participants were escorted to the Gala Dinner, symbolizing the conclusion of Day 1’s events. As we transition into Day 2, both participants and the organizing committee anticipate a day filled with challenges and opportunities. We extend our best wishes for the seamless execution of the day’s activities.

3rd February, 2024 (Day-2)-

11 AM | Preliminary Rounds | UG & PG Block

Preliminary Round-1

Court Hall-I


The team members, extended a warm welcome to the client, providing essential information regarding their expertise and the firm’s nature. They meticulously ensured the client’s sense of safety and security. Subsequently, the team proceeded to explicate the nature of the confidentiality agreement, including detailed explanations of the clauses concerning non-disclosure and conflict of interest.

Furthermore, they elaborated on the structure of retainer agreements and fee schedules, emphasizing transparency and clarity in their communication. Additionally, it was conveyed to the client that the initial session would be provided free of charge.

Following this, the client articulated her issue to the counsels, who attentively recorded the details for further consideration and analysis.


The counsel warmly greeted the client and proceeded to introduce themselves. They then provided a comprehensive explanation regarding confidentiality, assuring the client that all documents would be kept safe and secure, while also elucidating the concept of “conflict of interest”. Subsequently, they outlined the procedural framework that would be followed during the meeting.

Upon the client’s explanation of the issue, which pertained to border crossing, the counsel engaged in a thorough discussion to understand the nuances of the matter. They conveyed assurance to the client, expressing their commitment to exerting their best efforts in seeking justice on her behalf.

Court Hall- I (Round-2)

Following the conclusion of the client-counsel meeting, both counsels deliberated on the issues discussed and identified potential courses of action. They then proceeded to explore aspects related to international laws and other pertinent dimensions of the matter.

Ultimately, the meeting concluded after these deliberations, marking the initial step in the legal process toward addressing the client’s concerns.

Court Hall-2


The session commenced with a gracious welcome and a proficient introduction aimed at fostering a comfortable environment for the client. Encouraged to openly share her situation, the client was met with a cooperative inquiry from the counsels, who adeptly elucidated potential scenarios and legal considerations.

As the discussion progressed, the counsels provided a well-informed recommendation and succinctly summarized the client’s situation, ensuring clarity and understanding throughout the consultation process.

Court Hall-2 (Round-1)

Concluding the session, the client was escorted to the exit in a manner reflecting the utmost professionalism and empathy, underscoring the commitment to providing exemplary legal counsel and support.

Court Hall-3

The session initiated with the counsels diligently engaging the client, offering reassurance and steadfast support throughout the proceedings. Demonstrating a cooperative demeanor, they skillfully facilitated the discussion, establishing clear channels of communication for immediate assistance and expressing a readiness to delve deeper into the matter in subsequent sessions, should the need arise.

Court Hall-3 (Round-1)

After the session, the counsels conscientiously explored a myriad of avenues to provide legal assistance tailored to the client’s circumstances. This proactive stance exemplified their unwavering dedication to furnishing comprehensive support and guidance, transcending the confines of the initial consultation.

Court Hall-4


Ms. Ashwarya R Geddada and Mr. Varun Ganesh Samiappa served as esteemed judges presiding over the round. In a collaborative effort, the Counsels meticulously conducted the session, providing the client with exhaustive explanations of potential outcomes and available legal remedies. Moreover, they engaged in a strategic discourse regarding the case’s trajectory, demonstrating their adeptness in legal analysis and problem-solving.

Throughout the meeting, the Counsels exemplified their dedication to client education and transparency, ensuring the client was thoroughly informed about her legal options and the implications of each decision. Their commitment to fostering a collaborative and informed decision-making process underscored their professionalism and integrity.

Court Hall-4 (Round-1)


The session commenced with a gracious welcome and a proficient introduction aimed at fostering a comfortable environment for the client. Encouraged to openly share her situation, the client was met with a cooperative inquiry from the counsels, who simultaneously elucidated potential scenarios.

The discussion culminated in the counsels providing a well-founded recommendation and succinctly summarizing the client’s situation. Concluding the session, the client was escorted to the exit in a manner reflective of a professional and empathetic approach.


The session commenced with the counsels actively engaging with the client, providing reassurance and support throughout. They facilitated the discussion in a cooperative spirit, establishing points of contact for immediate assistance and expressing willingness to continue the conversation in subsequent sessions if necessary.

Following the session, the counsels diligently explored various avenues for providing legal aid pertinent to the client’s situation. This proactive approach underscored their commitment to offering comprehensive support and guidance beyond the initial consultation.

Court Hall-5


The esteemed judges presiding over the session were Ms. Sneha Parathasaarathy and Mr. Amogh Simha. The client initiated the session by calmly delineating his situation, with one of the counsels meticulously recording the information provided. Subsequently, the counsel proceeded to pose questions tactfully, ensuring to elucidate the extent of the client’s understanding regarding his circumstances.

What distinguished this interaction was the meticulous approach taken by the counsels to provide the client with the reasoning behind each question posed. This was executed to ensure that the client comprehended the significance of each inquiry about his situation, thereby fostering an environment of transparency and mutual understanding.


The counseling session commenced with the client eloquently narrating her narrative in a comfortable manner. Employing a distinctive simultaneous approach, the counsels tactfully posed questions to optimize the utilization of time. They diligently sought to clarify the situation from the client’s perspective, thereby facilitating the formulation of appropriate advice.

Furthermore, the counsels meticulously reiterated the client’s details to validate the accuracy of the information provided. Concluding the session, the client bid a cordial farewell, indicative of her satisfaction with the comprehensive discussion held.


The session commenced with the arrival of the client, whereupon the counsels actively endeavored to ensure her comfort. Subsequently, the session progressed with the client providing a detailed description of the situation, while the counsels diligently sought clarification on the specifics from her, including refreshing her memory regarding any pertinent materials or vehicles she may have encountered.

In their thorough examination, the counsels further inquired about the relief sought by the client. Following this, the counsels presented a succinct analysis of the client’s case, providing valuable insights and recommendations.

Court Hall-6


The counseling session was presided over by judges Mr. Abhishek Sethiya and Ms. Chandrashekara Bharthi. It commenced with a gracious welcome extended to the client at the entrance, followed by the introduction of the counsels. They reassured the client of the utmost confidentiality in communication and provided an overview of the session’s structure, emphasizing their continuous availability for assistance.

Throughout the session, the client maintained a composed and understanding demeanor, facilitating a productive discourse. As the session drew to a close, the counsels expressed gratitude to the client for her participation and kindly requested her to complete a feedback form, indicative of their genuine interest in ensuring a positive experience for all involved parties.


The session commenced with the counsels extending a gracious welcome to the client and inviting her to take a seat. They presented an agreement for her perusal, contingent upon her satisfaction with the discussion and their handling of the case. The counsels diligently recorded the client’s information, maintaining consistent and effective eye contact throughout the counseling session.

As the session drew to a close, the counsels bid the client a gracious farewell, ensuring a respectful conclusion to the proceedings.


The round commenced with the counsels extending a courteous welcome to the client, offering her a bottle of water for refreshment. They initiated their formal introduction to the client, elucidating the rationale behind the presence of two counsels in the session. This arrangement was explained to ensure that the client would have access to legal counsel in the event of one’s absence.

Subsequently, the counsels proceeded to outline the structure of their discussion, including parameters such as time limits, session-wise fee structure, and the presentation of an agreement. The client then proceeded to articulate her situation, with particular emphasis on the confidentiality of certain aspects.


Preliminary Rounds results were announced by the Registrar of Tamil Nadu National Law University, Prof. (Dr. ) S.M. Balakrishnan.

Teams that are heading to the Semi-Finals are-







Fixtures for Semi-Final Rounds were announced by the Convenor of ADRC, Ms. Shrutakeerti Eshwar.

4th February, 2024 (Day-3)- 

10:30 AM | Semi-Final Rounds | UG Block

Court Hall-I


The semi-finals in Court Hall I were presided over by Ms. Shabnam Bano and Shiv Prasad. The session commenced with a gracious welcome extended by the Counsels to the client, accompanied by an escort from the door. The counsels made concerted efforts to ensure the client’s comfort and openness, outlining the session’s flow and reiterating the confidentiality agreement to prevent any conflict of interest.

The client confidently narrated his story, providing detailed accounts of the harm inflicted upon him and his community due to the attacks. The counsels took turns to pose questions, diligently clarifying the legal aspects of the situation and the extent of the harm suffered. One counsel noted the potential harm inflicted by the client’s side as a form of retaliation. Subsequently, the client was informed about the legal implications of attacks from either side.

The possibility of reconciliation in the client’s case was explored, with the counsels highlighting the seriousness of his situation and proposing lawful solutions to address his predicament. Suggestions included mediation through community leaders and seeking immediate protection from the magistrate for the tribal people. The Counsels emphasized the need for security in the area to prevent any mishaps and assured the client about the potential deployment of a designated police force (CRPF) until the situation is resolved.

Court Hall-I (Round-1)

The client expressed discomfort with the suggestion of mediation due to potential bias, but the Counsels reassured him that he could inform the mediators if he perceived any bias. They candidly portrayed the client’s situation, acknowledging his role as the violator while also emphasizing the importance of faith in the rule of law. Toward the conclusion of the discussion, the Counsels reiterated that further sessions would be chargeable and requested the client to fill in a feedback form to communicate any grievances and share his experience.

Post-counselling, the counsels acknowledged the grave situation of their client and discussed the helpless situation of the community, given the lack of assistance from authorities. They considered potential solutions, such as ceasing attacks and killings of people from other communities, stressing that such actions were not only unlawful but also unethical. One counsel emphasized that mediation could be an efficient way to settle their issues, while the other suggested considering a judicial approach, especially since the client seemed distrustful of state authorities.

During the judges’ question session, the lady judge questioned the counsels’ contradictory stance throughout the session and perceived that one counsel was more articulate than the other. She appreciated their choice of mediation as a solution but suggested they should have explored more avenues of legal representation. The second judge concurred with the first and appreciated the counsels’ efforts, which were graciously accepted by the counsels before their departure.


The counsels extended a joint welcome to the client and elucidated the rationale behind their dual presence, assuring constant availability and comprehensive familiarity with the case.

They provided the client with an overview of the firm’s areas of expertise and expounded upon the concept of conflict of interest in accessible language. Additionally, one counsel apprised the client of the firm’s fee structure and highlighted their pro bono services.

Before delving into the discussion, the counsels clarified the nature of the advice they would offer, based on their assessment of the case. As the client recounted her situation, the counsels demonstrated empathy and posed pertinent questions to attain clarity, including inquiries regarding the jurisdiction, community involved, and any relevant documentation.

Court Hall-I (Round-2)

Advocating for conflict avoidance and exploring avenues for reconciliation, the counsels conducted a comprehensive SWOT analysis of the case, delineating its strengths and weaknesses, particularly concerning engaging with governmental authorities.

Proposing two potential solutions – mediation between the involved parties and initiating criminal proceedings against those perpetrating atrocities – the counsels advised the client to acquire land information from land record authorities to ascertain the extent of encroachment.

Following the dispensation of advice, the counsels reassured the client of their steadfast support and expressed appreciation for her openness, which facilitated a deeper understanding of the circumstances.

In their internal discussion, the counsels deliberated on the case’s strengths based on the SWOT analysis and identified the client’s reluctance to engage with authorities as a potential challenge. They also delved into pertinent international legal frameworks such as UDHR articles and explored potential charges, including trespass and destruction of public property.

When questioned by the judge regarding the applicability of International Humanitarian Law to the client’s situation, the counsels considered the presence of armed conflict and its relevance in the given context. After addressing the judge’s inquiries, the counsels gracefully exited the office.

Court Hall-II


The counsels (TC-10) extended a cordial welcome to the client, offering a comprehensive overview of the confidential clauses and conflict of interest terms. The discussion commenced with the client sharing pertinent details about the issues at hand, prompting the counsels to initiate clarifications, thereby uncovering five significant incidents during her tenure.

Highlighting the alarming frequency of recent activities, notably including member fatalities and incidents of sexual assault against women, the counsels recommended a strategic approach involving legal bodies such as the Supreme Court, officials, District Magistrate, NHRC, and NGOs like IOVA, while also suggesting seeking police protection.

Court Hall-II (Round 1)

Following the discussion, the client-counsel meeting concluded with the counsels assuring the client of their unwavering commitment to assisting her and her community. Subsequently, the counsels deliberated on the issues at hand and outlined the next steps for the case. Recognizing the community’s protection under a 1947 declaration and categorizing the situation as genocide, they emphasized the importance of maintaining confidentiality and reaching out for support.

To efficiently manage the workload, responsibilities were divided between the counsels, with IOVA providing additional assistance. The meeting concluded with plans for a second session with the client at a later date to further address and strategize on the ongoing case.

Court Hall-III


The session commenced with the Counsels actively engaging with the client, providing reassurance and support throughout the interaction. They guided the conversation collaboratively, establishing avenues for immediate assistance and expressing readiness to further engage in subsequent sessions as necessary. The client, while recounting the harrowing incidents endured by their community, expressed anxiety and highlighted various atrocities.

Maintaining a supportive and empathetic stance, the counseling team listened attentively as the client shared the details. Subsequently, in a demonstration of their commitment to thoroughly understanding the situation, the counselors posed probing questions related to evidence and sought a deeper comprehension of the circumstances. Moreover, they seized the opportunity to educate the client about various available remedies, emphasizing the potential effectiveness of negotiation as a non-violent method to address and resolve the complex issues at hand.

Court Hall-III (Round-1)

This pivotal stage showcased not only the compassionate approach of the counseling team but also their strategic guidance toward seeking justice and resolution for the client and their community. The session concluded with the counsels providing a solid suggestion and summarizing the client’s situation. To wrap up, the client was guided to the exit with a professional and caring approach.


Teams that are going to the finals are-



2:30; FINALS-

The judges convened to preside over the client counseling session, which commenced with the arrival of a visibly distressed and agitated client. Sensing the client’s emotional state, the counsels endeavored to provide comfort and assurance before proceeding with the session. Despite initial resistance and frustration expressed by the client, the counsels maintained their composure and continued to reassure him of the confidential and supportive environment they aimed to create.

Efforts to establish a sense of trust and understanding were met with skepticism from the client, who expressed concerns about the confidentiality agreement presented to him. Despite his reluctance to engage in formalities, the counsels persisted in emphasizing the importance of providing a safe space for the client to express his concerns and seek assistance.

The client’s primary concern centered around the protection of himself and his children, although he appeared unclear about the specific relief he sought. Nevertheless, the counsels actively explored avenues for immediate protective measures, including the suggestion of engaging with organizations such as the Red Cross for international safety arrangements.

In response to the client’s insistence on immediate protection over procedural formalities, the counsels pivoted towards arranging detective services to gather further information about the situation and potential perpetrators. However, the client remained steadfast in prioritizing immediate safety measures.

During an internal discussion among the counsels, considerations were made regarding the identification of applicable laws protecting journalists, reflecting their commitment to finding appropriate legal avenues to address the client’s concerns.

Amid the session, the judges posed questions regarding the absence of the client’s name in the confidentiality agreement and inquired about the sufficiency of alternate solutions proposed by the counsels. Additionally, questions were raised regarding the appropriateness of a lawyer lending money to a client and the nature of information the client seemed hesitant to disclose.

Overall, despite challenges and skepticism, the counseling session remained focused on addressing the client’s immediate safety concerns while also exploring legal strategies to provide long-term support and protection.


The team that is going to represent India for the International Louis M Brown and Forrest S Mosten Client Consultation Competition, 2024 in Poland is-

NMIMS, Mumbai



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