Each team shall comprise three students (one client-advocate pair and one mediator). In each round, two client-advocate teams shall represent the parties in the dispute at hand. Two mediators, not from the same institute, shall assist such teams in resolving the dispute.
It would involve a simulation of a consultation session at a law office. Each team shall consist of two members. All students enrolled in a full-time law course as on 1 May, 2018 are eligible to participate.
The NLS NMC, is one of Asia-Pacific’s leading ADR competitions. Started in 2015, the competition has fast garnered a reputation as an event that adheres to the highest standards. Previous editions have each seen more than 60 teams and 200 students participate, and have brought together lawyers and ADR experts from India and abroad. It is a testament to the quality of our event that the NLS NMC is one amongst a select few global competitions that conducts three ADR events simultaneously, that is, Negotiation, Mediation and Client Counselling and is also a national qualifier for the ICC Mediation Week, Paris and International Negotiation Competition.
Sameer Deval (+919044992649) – Convener ; Aditya D’Souza (+919620059563) – Joint Convener.
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