A brand new online programme from the Strathclyde Law School will enhance students’ expertise in competition law, regulation of monopolies, mergers and anti-trust legislation.
The LLM Competition Law, delivered remotely, will teach students skills in understanding and interpreting legislation, jurisprudence and soft law regulating competition.
The course will be taught by highly active academic staff who are published regularly in top-tier journals on the most important aspects of the discipline.
Study covers the principles of economic competition, public policy relating to competition, private enforcement and competition in the digital economy.
“We are delighted to offer this new bespoke online LLM,” says Programme Leader Professor Barry Rodger.
“It will give students an opportunity to enhance their expertise in Competition Law policy, enforcement, legal practice and business compliance – all of which will improve their employability in the area.”
The course can be studied full-time over 12 months or part-time over 24 months. Thanks to scholarships from the Strathclyde Centre for Antitrust Law and Empirical Study (SCALES), students can apply for a £2,500 reduction in tuition fees.