The curriculum is designed in a comprehensive manner to discuss in detail, the provisions relating to anti-competitive agreements, abuse of dominant position, combinations, inquiry and investigation under the Competition Act, 2002. It further elaborates upon the powers and functions of the authorities under the Act.It also cover Mergers and acquisitions

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Competition Law is a specialization that candidates are usually offered at the postgraduate level. Under this law specializations candidates study and review agreements or practices that restrict free trading as well as competition between businesses. Competition Law also bans abusive behavior by any firm that dominates the market and also includes laws that supervise and negotiate mergers, acquisitions as well as joint ventures.
The main reason why Competition Laws are inculcated in any state/ country is to promote as well as maintain fair competition in markets. Competition Law can be broken into two categories – Antitrust and Merger Control.
Antitrust is further divided into two categories which are Anti-Competition which is the mainstay of Competition Law and it deals with anti-competition agreements that are made between companies. On the other hand, the second sub-category of Antitrust involves monitoring companies/ firms which hold a dominant position in the market. As part of this law, it is ensured that companies which have monopoly or hold a big market share do not abuse their position of advantage and therefore laws are made to make this possible.
Adv. Mohini Maroo (B.Com L.L.M. Mumbai)   is a practicing Advocate in Bombay High Court. She runs her own Law Firm "Studio Legal" in Mumbai having expertise in Corporate Law. Also involved in Legal Advisory in Civil Matters

1.      Lawyers working in or who want  to work in the competition team of corporate law firms or to Litigators who want to work        on competition law or to work with a senior competition practitioners
2.     Lawyers  who want to work as in-house counsel in large companies or corporate groups which frequently face competition scrutiny
3.     Chartered Accountants (CAs) and Company Secretaries (CS) who advise clients who frequently face competition law issues
4.     Business teams and CFOs who implement key strategic decisions. 
5.     Professionals who are willing to become research assistants in the CCI. CCI hires researchers on contractual basis.
6.     Officers in public-private partnership projects.
7.     Professionals who want to join as competition faculty in law colleges.
1.     Gain exposure to strategic and drafting work in connection with competition
2.     A step-by-step guide for understanding the processes involved in drafting information, appeals, interim documents and                 pleadings.
3.     Understanding the substantive provisions of the Act under Section 3,4,5 and 6
4.     Understand the procedure of conducting enforcement litigation under Section 3 (anti-competitive agreements) and 4 (abuse of     dominant position) of the Act. 
5.   Acquire an advanced sector-specific understanding of the application of competition law to various other industry sectors -    Pharmacy, Real Estate, E-commerce, Sports, Big Data, etc.
6.     Understand practical and strategic aspects of case orders of the CCI, NCLAT/COMPAT and the Supreme Court of India. 
7.   A step-by-step walk through a merger control transaction- substantive provisions under Section 5 and 6 of the Act and  procedural provisions under the Act and Combination Regulations, 2011.
8.    Understand the different kinds of transactions that are required to be notified before the CCI.
9.   Study the new amendments which are brought about in the merger control regime
10. Understanding how to maintain correspondence with clients during a merger review and how to solve client queries
11. Learn how to do competition law specific research & case study
1.This course should be done by any person looking to do a comprehensive course on overall competition and merger and acquisition laws. 
2.We strongly recommend this course to law students who want to work as corporate lawyer, technology lawyer etc. Get your basics right with this course, and later specialize further.
3.If you are a law student in your final years but want to work in a company, this is one of the best courses to do.
4.If you want to work in corporate litigation or arbitration, doing this course will give you the depth you require with respect to knowledge of contract law.
5.If you are a business manager with an inclination to learn the law, this course will give you the best return on investment as what you learn you will be able to apply.
6. If you are an entrepreneur interested in learning about law and regulations to give you an advantage in the marketplace, you will find this course to be a perfect fit.
1.Analytical skills in competition law areas including: merger control; abuse of dominance issues; restrictive agreement  within commercial contracts, public procurement, competition litigation and competition due diligence
2.Understanding of substantive principles related to the Competition Law and Policy in India and other jurisdictions.
3.Understanding of the expected role of different stakeholders and groups in order to ensure better market competitiveness and acceleration of economic growth.
4.Wider employment and internship opportunities for successful course participants in law firms, think tanks, economic firms, competition authorities and regulatory bodies
This course would be generally recommended for law students and young legal professionals Other than that, a standard Internet/data connection along with a computer/laptop/smartphone/tablet is enough to get you started!

In every walk of life, the process of evaluation takes place in one form or the other. If the evaluation process is eliminated from human life then perhaps the aim of life may be lost. Being in the same line, INDIAN LAW SCHOOL is committed to evaluate the process of learning through its courses.
There will be an MCQ test for each course, that would test the basic understanding of the topics covered in the courses
The most intriguing aspect of the evaluation process is the time flexibility it affords. You can take the MCQ test and submit the project assignment as per your convenience.
To be eligible to receive a certificate after successful completion of the course, one is required to secure a minimum of 40 percent overall