Australia's University of Melbourne Law School will launch an online Masters in Global Competition and Consumer Law this fall, according to the school's website.
The program is designed for students who do not already have a degree in law but who do have a relevant background, and who are already working in or seeking to work in the field of competition and consumer policy, law and enforcement.
The Masters in Global Competition and Consumer Law will focus on rules and regulations globally, with a specific focus on the United States, the European Union, and parts of the Asia-Pacific region.
This will be the Law School's first online master's degree program.
Melbourne has offered the same program in a classroom setting since 2008. Additionally, the school offers an LL.M. in Global Competition and Consumer Law.\
The online Masters in Global Competition and Consumer Law will begin in October 2016.
For more information, please see the Melbourne Law School news release announcing the launch of the Masters in Global Competition and Consumer Law.
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