We at LJSL understand the importance of the skill development of students through all the angels including training them for ‘dealing with client’ part. Professional Legal Education should necessarily focus on the lawyering skills. Client counselling is a vital skill in which the students of law should be trained. One of the significant functions of a lawyer is to advise the people who seek assistance in knowing the legal implications of their actions. The lawyer is looked upon to facilitate decision making in certain critical legal matters. This function of the lawyer influencing and facilitating decisions is called counselling. Bar Council of India, the highest professional body of lawyers, has a key role in Professional Legal Education. It has drawn up a detailed scheme on practical training consisting of professional ethics, bar bench relations, contempt of court, moot court, pre-trial procedures, negotiations, interviewing and counselling, drafting of conveyances and pleadings, legal aid, public interest lawyering etc.