The Raj Anand Moot Court Competition was initiated in 1998 with its focus centrally on Intellectual Property law. Over the years the scope of the Competition has widened though Intellectual Property remains the core area. One of its primary aims is to sharpen the skills of mooting among aspiring lawyers. Games Lawyers Need to Play brings together the Problems and ten of the finest Memorials of the Competition. Each chapter deals with a specific year beginning with 2004 and going back to 1998. The problems deal with various aspects of Intellectual Property but are out of ordinary, to enable participants to combine good quality research with creativity and originality. The book has a foreword by Judge Michael Fysh, QC, SC. The Introduction is written by Pravin Anand.