Lawctopus Law School: Free & Open Webinar on Competition Law and Practice [November 29, Monday, 6:30-8 PM]: Register Now!

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Lawctopus Law School is organising a free & open webinar on Competition Law and Practice on November 29, 2021 (Monday) from 6:30-8 PM.

About Lawctopus Law School

Since March 2020, Lawctopus Law School has taught a wide range of skills to over 5500 law students, young lawyers, professionals, academicians, and businesspersons. In the last 20 months, we have transformed how people look at legal education, especially online legal education.

Our varied courses are a mix of rigorously researched reading modules, interesting recorded lectures by leading academicians and industry experts, engaging weekly live lectures, and useful assignments (with individual, personalized feedback). Most importantly, our courses are delivered with utmost warmth and care!

The average rating for our courses (we are open to independent review) is 91/100. Moreover, our open webinars have been attended by over 20,000 people!

About the Webinar

Market competition has increased significantly. Smaller players are being edged out by bigger players, who are dominating the economy worldwide. Consumers seem to have an array of choices, but do they really?

This is where Competition Law becomes relevant!

Competition law regulates market growth fairly and efficiently. It ensures a fair marketplace for consumers and producers, by prohibiting unethical practices designed to gain greater market share, than what could be realized through honest competition.

Essentially, it prevents the exploitation of the whole market.

Accordingly, competition lawyers are inundated with ample opportunities. Career prospects in competition law have significantly increased lately, and there exists limitless requirements for legal advice on competition issues, by all kinds of industries, law firms, and policy houses.

Sounds interesting? Want to know more about this area of law?

Fear not, Lawctopus Law School is organizing a webinar about Competition Law and Practice!

In this webinar, you will learn about the basics of competition law, the important provisions of the Competition Act, 2002, the increasing relevance of this subject in different sectors, as well as careers one can aspire for!

Click here to register for the Webinar:


Competition Law and Practice

General Details

  • Date: November 29, 2021 (Monday)
  • Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Platform: Zoom (link will be sent upon registration)

About the Speakers

Saksham Mallik

Saksham Mallik is a policy consultant, lawyer, and photographer from New Delhi. He graduated from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab in 2020, before working in civil society with leading think tanks like The Dialogue.

His work in the policy sphere revolves around research in areas of antitrust, technology and human rights law, and policy. He is focused on employing tools of policy-making, legal aid, advocacy, and capacity building to advance the cause of social justice.

Nidhi Singh

Nidhi Singh graduated as a Gold Medalist in B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from KIIT School of Law, Odisha. She has worked as a Competition Law associate at Trilegal, Competition Commission of India, CUTS International. She read for MSc Law & Finance as a Weidenfeld Scholar, at Faculty of Law, University of Oxford.

She is an alumna of Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where she studied Public Policy. She has completed Economics for Competition Law, from King’s College, London.

Continuing with her interest in antitrust laws, she is enrolled as a JSM & SPILS Fellow at Stanford Law School, USA, where she specialises in Law, Science & Technology. She is also a practising Counsel before the Supreme Court of India, where she engages in both Civil and Criminal litigation.

She serves as a Deputy Director for Centre for Competition Law & Policy at GLA University, and an Adjunct Faculty in Law & Economics at NALSAR, Hyderabad.

She has presented her work on antitrust laws at Harvard Law School, Oxford, Cambridge, Columbia, Yale, Stanford, World Bank, World Trade Organisation & United Nations.

Agenda for the Webinar

  • 6:30 PM – 6:40 PM: Brief Introduction to Competition Law
  • 6:40 PM – 7:05 PM: Brief Overview of S. 3, 4, 5 of the Competition Act, 2002
  • 7:05 PM – 7:25 PM: Relevance of Competition Law and its practice, in recent times
  • 7:25 PM – 7:35 PM: Careers in Competition Law
  • 7:35 PM – 7:50 PM: Briefing about the Competition Law and Practice Course, by Lawctopus Law School
  • 7:50 PM – 8:00 PM: Doubt-clearing and discussions

Who can Attend?

  • Law Students
  • Legal Professionals
  • Anybody who is interested to learn about Competition Law

Registration Details

  • Interested candidates can register for the webinar by clicking the link given at the end of this post.
  • Registration Fee: The webinar is open and free for all!


Certificates will not be provided.

Contact Information

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Lawctopus Law School: Free & Open Webinar on Competition Law and Practice

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