Client Counseling Competition held in AMU

Aligarh: The Faculty of Law at Aligarh Muslim University organized a two-day Client Counseling Competition with 27 teams of students participating in the event.

In his inaugural address, Prof MZM Nomani, Dean at the Faculty of Law, said that the ‘Client Counseling Competition’ is an integral part of Clinical Legal Education of the Bar Council of India which aims at inculcating the lawyer skill in students, along with the law office and solicitors firm management.

Zakiuddin Khairoowala, Teacher-Practitioner said that the unique event witnessed great enthusiasm among students belonging to various specialities, including criminal law and tort, contract law, family law, intellectual property law, environmental law and international law.

Huzaifa Aslam, Secretary of the Mediation and Dispute Resolutions Society, highlighted the ‘client problem prepared by students having complexities of litigation to focus lawyering skills.’

Dr Tabassum Choudhary proposed the vote of thanks.

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