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SpicyIP Tidbit: IICA announces Courses in Competition Law

IICAWe’re very happy to announce that the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA) has opened applications for two of its courses on Competition Law, comprising strong IPR modules.

Read on for more details of the courses:

Certificate Course in Competition Law (CCCL)
Duration: 3 months (February – April 2016)
The CCCL has been designed for professionals, who wish to fully grasp the impact of competition law on business strategy, and development competence on competition law compliance.

Advanced Professional Course (APC) in Competition Law & Market Regulation
Duration: 6 months (February – July 2016)
The APC is intended as an add-on course to Certificate Course, and aims to offer deeper view of issues including economics for competition law, JVs, structuring complex agreements, multi-jurisdictional M&A filings, IPRs, public sector, regulated sectors, foreign jurisdictions, etc. The APC has been designed for professionals, who wish to develop specialization in competition law and market regulation or looking to re-skill or move into specialized areas.

Who Should Attend

The courses are open to anyone interested in acquiring professional knowledge and practical skills in the area of competition law & market regulation. It might be of specific interest to the following:

• Government: Officials working in Government Departments, Regulatory Authorities & Public Sector Undertakings.
• Industry: Public and Private Enterprises.
• Professionals: Lawyers, In-house Counsels, Economists, CA, CS, CWA, CFA.
• Students: Law, Business, Economics, CA, CS, CWA, CFA

The courses are designed for working professionals, and will have both online and offline components. The offline component comprises contact sessions at central locations in New Delhi and Mumbai. During the conduct of the courses, extensive virtual and interactive sessions will be held on Saturdays only, which the participants can access from anywhere. The participants also would receive course modules.

As an added bonus, both courses have an optional International Immersion Programme (likely to be Singapore), scheduled in July 2016. The intention of this component is to give course participants international exposure in the field of competition law and market regulation.

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For details of fees and registrations, visit:
For any questions, contact: [email protected]

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