The Canadian Client Consultation Competition simulates a law office consultation in which law students from law schools across Canada, acting as lawyers, are presented with a client matter. They conduct an interview with a person playing the role of the client and then explain how they would proceed further in the hypothetical situation. A team consists of two law school students attending the same approved Canadian LSAC-member law school who conduct an interview with a person playing the role of the client. This includes editing facts, advising about the relevant law, providing options for proceeding, and assisting the client to make an informed choice. The top ranking Canadian law school at the Canadian competition will advance to the annual Louis M. Brown and Forrest S. Mosten International Client Consultation Competition, the international legal moot competition in which law students from more than 25 countries compete.
Please see the Canadian Client Consultation Competition website for more information.