Webinar on Big tech and Competition Law by KIIT School of Law [May 30; 11 AM]: Register Now!

The KIIT School of Law is organizing a webinar on ‘Big tech and Competition Law: Contemporary issues’ on May 30th.

About the Organizer

The KSOL Centre for studies in Business and Corporate Law (KCBCL) is a faculty and student-run initiative which was founded in the year 2017 by corporate law enthusiasts of KSOL. The primary goal is to provide as well as promote a social and academic platform, to foster discussions on Corporate Law. The centre also develops an interest in the corporate law subjects for the students in a practitioner’s perspective.

About the Event

KSOL CBCL is organizing a webinar on Competition Law with Miss. Soumya Harihara, Partner, Competition Law practice, Trilegal, Mumbai.


‘Big tech and Competition Law: Contemporary issues.’

About the Speaker

Soumya is a Partner in the Competition Law practice at Trilegal based in Mumbai. She is a competition lawyer with over 11 years of regulatory experience across India, Singapore & the ASEAN region. She has been recognized by IFLR 1000 as a notable practitioner on competition law in India across 2018-2021. Her experiences included esteemed workplaces such as AZB & Partners and Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas in Mumbai and Dentons Rodyk (formerly Rodyk & Davidson LLP) in Singapore.

Date and Time

May 30, 2021 (Sunday), 11:00 am to 12:30 pm


No bar anyone keeping an interest in Competition Law may join the webinar.


E-Certificates shall be issued to all the participants on successfully filling the feedback form after the webinar.

How to Attend?

Join the webinar through the Zoom link given at the end of this post.

  • Meeting ID: 825 3471 2838
  • Passcode: kiitlaw16

Cpntact Information

For any queries, write to kiit.cbcl[at]kls.ac.in


Click here to join the webinar.

Big Tech and Competition Law - Contemporary Issues

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