Saturday, March 1, 2008
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
The University of Melbourne has a relatively new graduate diploma program in competition law. I strongly encourage prospective students, particularly those in Asia, to consider enrolling in this program. Unlike a number of the graduate programs in competition law around the world, the Melbourne program requires a competition economics class. My general rule is that any specialized competition law program that does not require a competition economics class is not a serious LLM program. There seem to be a number of excellent courses that bring together competition law practice and theory and courses that focus on Australian law but others that take a more international approach.
The 2008 classes are as follows:
Course Subjects for 2008