Graduate Diploma will be "first graduate qualificaton in Competition Law available in Australia"

Earlier this month, the University of Melbourne Law School formally launched a new graduate program in Competition Law. This new program will include Competition Law courses as part of the LL.M. program, as well as a stand-alone Graduate Diploma in Competition Law, which according to the law school website, will be the "the first graduate qualification in Competition Law available in Australia."

For more information, please visit the Melbourne University Law School website.

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