8th UPES National Client Counselling Competition, 2020 [Nov 21-22]: Register by Nov 5

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The School of Law, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies is organising the 8th UPES National Client Counselling Competition, 2020.

The competition is scheduled to be held on 21st -22nd November 2020.

About the Competition

This Client Counselling Competition addresses the fundamental skills necessary for all successful attorneys; namely the ability to interview, counsel, and support a client through their legal issue. The participants shall conduct an initial interview with a person playing the role of the client and then address both the client’s legal and non-legal issues.

The previous editions of this competition were based on a wide range of Indian laws and statutes such as constitutional law, contract law, law of torts, consumer laws, criminal laws, Electronic Disputes and family laws which enunciated a wide knowledge of law.

This year’s competition is based on the laws related to the DISPUTES THEME. It involves the following subjects: Law of Contracts, Constitutional Law, Family Law, Consumer Protection, Intellectual Property Rights, Criminal Laws, Competition Law, Information Technology Laws and other codified and un-codified laws relevant to the team.

The Client Counselling Association of UPES has always endeavored to achieve higher standards with respect to every aspect of the competition, ranging from the quality of the problems to that of the judges and to ensure impeccable hospitality and professionalism. We cordially invite your institution to be a part of this experience and participate in the 8th UPES National Client Counseling Competition, 2020.

Mode of Competition

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the competition will be held virtually, unlike the previous editions.

Eligibility

It shall be open only to law students (Integrated LLB/LLB).

Registration Details

E-mail ID: [email protected]

To provisionally register your University, you are required to send an e-mail showing your willingness to participate in the competition to [email protected] after which we shall revert with the necessary information.

Important Dates

  • 22nd October 2020: Release of Rules and schedule of the Competition.
  • 5th November 2020: Last date for Provisional Registration (e-mail to [email protected])
  • 10th November 2020: Confirmation of Registration by Institution
  • 12th November 2020: Last date for Seeking Clarifications
  • 21st November 2020: Preliminary Rounds
  • 22nd November 2020: Semi-Final Rounds + Final Rounds + Results Declaration

Contact Details

E-Mail ID: [email protected]

Sukanya Sharma, Student Convenor +917457006591

Vishesh Chandhok, Student Treasurer +916398719153

Important Links

For the brochure of the competition, click here.

For the rulebook of the competition, click here.

For the poster of the competition, click here.

For the registration form of the competition, click here.

For the full details of the competition, click here.


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