The specialisation in competition and consumer law is a highly innovative and advanced international program that responds to the proliferation of competition and consumer policies and laws, and their increasingly active enforcement, around the world.
This program is designed for professionals in the private and public sectors who are aspiring to build or advance a career in this field. It provides interdisciplinary knowledge and skills through subjects that grapple with the legal, regulatory, economic, political, institutional and social facets of competition policy, law and enforcement. Subjects can be completed either wholly online or through a combination of online and on-campus subjects, providing students with rich engagement with globally renowned experts and a diverse network of like-minded peers.
Melbourne Law School has the only comprehensive program in competition and consumer law in the Asia-Pacific region. It captures the interdisciplinary legal-economic nature of this field of policy and practice, emphasises international and comparative dimensions, and offers students the opportunity to study on-campus and online. Graduates of this program have a world-recognised, highly respected qualification that opens up and enhances global career pathways in the private and public sectors.
Competition and Consumer Law study options (on campus and online)
- Master of Laws (Global Competition and Consumer Law)
- Master of Global Competition and Consumer Law
- Graduate Diploma in Global Competition and Consumer Law
- Specialist Certificate in Global Competition Law
- Single subject study
Subjects in the Melbourne Law Masters are available as single subject enrolments, either with or without assessment.
Competition Law Overview
Melbourne Law School also offers a one-day seminar called Competition Law Overview, providing students with a basic grounding in the competition provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth).
Learn more about our fully online global competition and consumer law masters program
Competition Law and Economics Network
The Competition Law and Economics Network (CLEN) is a network of people engaged in research, teaching and other activities in areas related to competition law and economics at the University of Melbourne.
Competition and Consumer Law Resources
Our students have access to a wealth of texts, journals and other materials.
Keep up to date with all our news and events in the Law School’s global competition and consumer law program.
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- Geoffrey Carter, Minter Ellison
- Gina Cass-Gottlieb, Gilbert + Tobin
- Caroline Coops, King & Wood Mallesons
- Fiona Crosbie, Allens
- Professor Allan Fels AO, University of Melbourne
- Hon Peter Heerey AM QC, Victorian Bar (formerly Federal Court of Australia)
- Will Irving, Telstra
- Tom Jarvis, Johnson Winter & Slattery
- Daniel Marquet, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
- Michael O'Bryan SC, Victorian Bar
- Bill Reid, Ashurst
- Rod Sims, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Chairman
- Nick Taylor, Jones Day
- Simon Uthmeyer, DLA Piper Australia
- Dr Philip Williams AM, Frontier Economics