This year's Competition Law and Policy Institute of New Zealand annual workshop is coming up on Saturday October 14 in Auckland. It's got a class act of topics and speakers, as you can see from the programme and the bio of the keynote speaker, Timothy Cowen, who among other things has been heavily involved in the big EU case against Google, and who will be speaking on 'Curbing Big Data/ Big Tech: Lessons from Europe on misuse of market power, anti-competitive agreements and remedies against this growing worldwide digital-age problem'.
Now, academics and students, listen up. Do you know of students, or are you one, who would benefit from the workshop? CLPINZ has a new and heavily discounted student rate to make the workshop more accessible to students of competition law and policy. It's - wait for it - 75% off the standard non-CLPINZ-member rate, and brings the student cost down from $900 to an affordable $225. Sorry, there's no discount off CLPINZ membership, or off the after-workshop dinner if people would like to go, but the conference itself is now much more within reach of a student budget.
You'll want to take it up, won't you? So email CLPINZ@conference.nz to get the discount code, and register here. See you at the workshop.