Client Counselling Workshop in Collaboration with YouCan

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Niti Manthan is an initiative to motivate and inspire young students on various socio-legal themes and to guide them traverses the righteous path throughout the endeavour of their personal and professional lives. By having a direct interaction and by the exchange of views with experienced legal minds and researching, conceptualizing and correspondingly reporting according to the selected avenue given below.

Niti Manthan currently functions in the areas of Research, Legal blogs, Internships, E-classes, Young Leaders for Legal Literacy Program, Research Centres, Workshops, Certificate Courses and Lecture Series.


You Can Skill Developments is an organization working towards the enhancement of communication skills and leadership qualities in today’s youth and seasoned professionals alike. Their aim is to increase the likelihood of getting hired and promoted and to introduce the youth with the best version of themselves by upskilling them through their interactive, insightful and deeply researched training modules.

They have been providing soft skills and personality development training to students and professionals – assisting them in pursuing their professional aspirations more efficiently. (To know more: )


Nitimanthan in collaboration with YouCan Skill Development is hosting an online 3 Day workshop on ‘Learning the Core Skills of Dealing with your Clients’.

We at Niti Manthan have always made efforts to nurture budding and practising lawyers in learning skills that go beyond books and curriculums.

Niti Manthan and YouCan Skill Development have developed a detailed model to build your communication skills over the course of 3 days with not just a lecture series but with fun activities, interactions, concept explanations, practising legal problems, Q&A rounds, assessment and feedback reports, etc.


Being persons of the legal profession everyone looks for modes to learn the skills to ace in law competitions at University level and in their legal profession after that. As necessary as these skills are, most students do not get a chance to learn about them from a reliable source and with proper training. By attending our workshop, you will be able to get in-depth knowledge of every detail that is important in client counselling. Professionals with expertise in their areas will be training you and shall help you do self-assessment of your own capabilities.

One of the most fundamental skills a lawyer must learn is how to properly counsel his/her client. Client counselling begins from the first meeting and flows through every step of the case. Sometimes, it even continues after the case is over. In order to effectively counsel your client when emotions are involved, a lawyer has to be able to let their clients express emotion but still gather facts and present the client with legal options to guide the case. The following skills will be discussed in detail during the workshop:

  1. Rapport Building
  2. Empathy
  3. Active Listening
  4. Retainership
  5. Managing/ Asking for Stipend

All participants will learn these 5 skills over the course of 3 days and will also learn to apply them to legal problems.



Mr. Soumik Ghosal is an Advocate practising in the Supreme Court of India. He deals with matters of Civil, Constitutional and Commercial law. Mr. Ghosal has worked in the chambers of Snr. Advocate T.R. Andhyarujina as his associate. Mr. Ghosal has also represented the State Bank consortium in the financial default case in which absconding businessman Vijay Mallya is an accused. Being an experienced and seasoned advocate, Mr. Soumik Ghosal would be taking the sessions on client management: retaining the client and getting fees for the legal work.


Chief Trainer and Founder of You can Skill Development; Sakshi is an Internationally Certified Soft Skills Trainer from ICBI, India, accredited by Scottish Qualification Academy and NABET, India.

With her expertise in the field, she has successfully trained and steered more than 2000 students and professionals in the right direction by conducting innovative and engaging workshops. She has delivered training at prestigious colleges across Delhi University and at companies like Tata Communications, Falcon Autotech and many more.


The workshop will be a three - day collaboration (2 hours each day) and will be held virtually on Google Meet.

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ELIGIBILITY: Any student enrolled in a recognized 3 or 5 year Law School, Practising Lawyers

DATE OF WORKSHOP: 2nd, 3rd and 4th October 2020


PERKS: Certification of successful training

FEES: The registration fee for the three-day workshop is INR 600.

APPLY: here

LAST DATE TO APPLY: 1st October 2020


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