Master of Laws (Global Competition and Consumer Law)

      Course overview

      • Mixed Attendance Mode (Parkville)
      • Available to domestic and international students.
      • Term 1 Intake - February and Term 3 Intake - July


      The Global Competition and Consumer Law program is one of only a handful of comprehensive programs in competition and consumer law in the world, and ensures you will be at the forefront of the unique challenges and opportunities of this global field, with regimes now in more than 130 countries.

      One of the most distinctive aspects of this program is the calibre of its instructors. Directed by Professor Caron Beaton-Wells of the Melbourne Law School, *ranked 7th in the world, and the No. 1 law school in the Asia-Pacific, the program is delivered by world-leading experts in the field. You will learn from the likes of the former Chairman of the US Federal Trade Commission, former head of the UNCTAD Competition and Consumer Policies Branch and current Chairman of the OECD Competition Committee, amongst many others who have held or hold leadership roles in private practice, competition and consumer authorities, intergovernmental organisations, and adjudicatory bodies, in the competition and consumer law field.

      If you don’t have a law degree, you can still study in the field through the Melbourne Law School with the Master of Global Competition and Consumer Law or the Graduate Diploma (Global Competition and Consumer Law).

      * Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings by Subject (2017).

      Course aims

      We’ve designed this course to produce leaders in the global competition and consumer law field.

      The LLM will challenge and stimulate you with its rigorous approach to learning. You will develop advanced expertise and practical skills in the complex interdisciplinary body of knowledge relevant to the field. This course is international and will allow you to graduate with a valuable worldwide network of accomplished professionals.

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