Concurrences Academy

Competition Compliance Certificate

Listen to enforcers, Learn from your peers: Concurrences Academy has designed the first online Certificate dedicated to antitrust compliance with the support of 20 competition agencies and corporations.

Join a global community of competition compliance experts and earn a Certificate from the George Washington University Competition Law Center.

Next session: 4 March 2024 to 28 April 2024

8-week course, 2 hours per week (self-paced)

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Practical antitrust compliance course focused on best practices and compliance tools for all organizations


Competition and digital learning experts have designed a modern online training with state-of-the-art features and a variety of learning activities.


By joining the Concurrences Academy, you will meet competition professionals from diverse industries and jurisdictions around the world.


The Competition Compliance Certificate is directed by leading experts from competition agencies and global corporations.


The online platform is available 24/7 to adapt to your professional and personal schedule. In addition, live group mentoring sessions are scheduled at given times and dates.

A collaboration with the George Washington University Competition Law Center


The Competition Compliance Certificate is delivered by the George Washington University Competition Law Center

Course directors

William E. Kovacic

Director, George Washington University Competition Law Center

Anne Riley

Ethics and Compliance Consultant | Former Co-Chair of the Antitrust Compliance Task Force

Frédéric Jenny

Chairman, OECD Competition Committee | Professor, ESSEC Business School

Individual training

Competition Compliance Certificate

Become the go-to competition compliance expert in your organization

The Competition Compliance Certificate covers the most important topics including building a competition compliance program and promoting a compliance culture. The course includes:


Understand competition compliance issues and best practices. Know how to map risks, build a credible competition compliance program, deal with on-site investigations, etc.


Boost your career and earn a certificate delivered by the George Washington University Competition Law Center. GWU is ranked No. 25 (tie) in Best Law Schools and No. 2 in Part-time Law (2023).


Join a global community of competition compliance experts as course alumni and stay on top of best practices.

The Certificate is open to everyone with an interest in competition compliance, including:

In-house counsel and compliance professionals

who are looking to set up or update an antitrust compliance program as well as to foster a compliance culture within their organization.

Attorneys and consultants

including financial advisors, auditors, etc. who are looking to support clients on compliance matters or provide compliance training.

Civil servants

including enforcers, regulators, international public organisations etc. who are looking to expand their expertise in antitrust compliance.

Course syllabus

The course covers everything you need to know on Competition Compliance over eight weeks. Learn with a mix of videos, 2-pager course summaries, quizzes and live mentoring sessions to answer your questions and work on case studies.

Competition compliance is a critical matter for all types of organizations to avoid legal and corporate risks. Understand the basics of competition law and the behavioral processes that can lead an individual to commit a breach.

Work on a case study during a live mentoring session with Professor Andreas Stephan (UEA Law School) and Anne Riley (Co-author of the ICC Antitrust Compliance Toolkit).

Information sharing, gun jumping, and vertical relationships are major danger zones for a business. Avoid falling into the trap by understanding the do’s and don’ts and by mapping your competition risks.

Listen to Olivier Guersent (Director-General, DG Comp) and Richard Whish (Professor, King’s College London) share their insights.

Developing a compliance culture and building an efficient compliance program is essential for all businesses. Find out about enforcers’ expectations and companies’ best practices, and build your own competition compliance program.

In case of an inspection, preparation is key. Learn how to face an investigation and manage it on the day.

Competition agencies and external counsel explain the specificities of national competition compliance regimes.

Learn about the practical aspects of compliance in the United States, the European Union, the UK, China, Brazil, the Netherlands, Spain, etc.

Online Live Sessions

Connect, Learn, and Thrive with Experts! Join us for a series of live sessions where you’ll have the chance to engage with industry experts and exchange with peers. Connect with your peers in small group settings of 3 to 6 participants and receive personalized guidance from mentors.

Opening Session: Meet & Greet

Meet your peers and get to know each other on an online social platform.

1st Live Mentoring Session

Work on a case study with your peers and mentor on a company’s antitrust compliance challenges.

2nd Live Mentoring Session

Work on a case study with your peers and mentor on a Trade association meeting and antitrust concerns related to this meeting.

3rd Live Mentoring Session

Work on a case study with your peers and mentor on Compliance Culture, Tone-from-the-Top and how to instill it.

Closing Session

Listen to a Keynote speech from an expert in the field and engage with him/her in a series of live Q&A together with your peers and mentors.

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We rely on the expertise and experience of a multidisciplinary team of speakers


James Attridge

U.S Department of Justice (DoJ)

Rasul Butt

Hong Kong Competition Commission

Majid Charania

Canadian Competition Bureau

Benoit Coeuré

Autorité de la concurrence

Alexandre Cordeiro

Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE)

Jennifer Dixton

U.S Department of Justice (DoJ)

Jesùs Espinoza

Peruvian Competition Authority (INDECOPI)

Cani Fernandez

Spanish Commission on Markets and Competition (CNMC)

Olivier Guersent

European Commission (DG COMP)

Ioannis Lianos

Hellenic Competition Committee (HCC)

Teresa Moreira

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

Rod Sims

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)

Aik Kor Sia

Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore

Martijn Snoep

Netherlands Authority for Consumers & Markets

In-house counsel


Susan Ning

King & Wood Mallesons

David Stallibrass

Fingleton Associates

Richard Whish

King’s College London



Individual training

Competition Compliance Certificate
€2,450.00 Tax free

Session limited to 25 participants

  • Live mentoring sessions with compliance experts
  • Access to a community of competition compliance professionals
  • Toolbox: 2-pager course summaries with practical tips, best practices, do’s and don’ts, etc.

Discounts: 10% off for Concurrences’ subscribers, 20% off for civil servant and students, special discounts for groups (25% for the 2nd seat, 50% for the 3rd seat).

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Yong Bai Partner

★★★★★ (5/5)

"This is a very well-structured, informative and practical course. (...) I will highly recommend my team members and other practitioners to attend the course."

Nathalie Ruat Deputy Director

★★★★☆ (4,5/5)

"I was very happy to be able to consolidate some knowledge and share views with professionals outside my company. I found the 2 pagers were a great help and I will keep them as a reminder. I would like to thank the great Concurrences team, warm, happy, helpful and responding."

Aura García Pabón Junior Competition Expert

★★★★☆ (4/5)

"Great opportunity to learn more about the usefulness of competition compliance programmes from different perspectives. From basics on how to communicate their importance to a deep understanding on how to build an efficient programme, the course has it all."

Amigo Xie Partner at K&L Gates (China)

★★★★★ (5/5)

"This eight-week online course, (...) was amazing and helpful. We learned from our mentors and peers (...). It is very helpful in my lawyering practice.”

Jade Neveu In-house counsel in competition law at La Poste (France)

★★★★★ (5/5)

"A very enriching and comprehensive experience that allows for a better understanding of the construction of a competition compliance programme."

Bevan Narinesingh Executive Director of the Fair Trading Commission (Trinidad and Tobago)

★★★★☆ (4,5/5)

"This is an excellent course and the course material/learnings and live sessions are relevant for both private anti-trust practitioners as well as for regulators/competition enforcement like myself."

Borja Chastang Associate at MLAB Abogados (Spain)

★★★★★ (5/5)

"I highly recommend this course to lawyers or in-house counsels that want to gain in-depth knowledge in compliance in Competition Law. It is a perfect fit for those wanting to further their education while working full-time. The mentoring sessions are very helpful and provide interaction with the mentors and other students."

Alice Bermont Vialatte Lawyer Competition Law

★★★★☆ (4,5/5)

"Thank you very much for this training. I really liked the perspective on compliance issues. The program also allowed me to see where my company was and to imagine a compliance policy in other structures. It was a great source of inspiration."

Aulia Alkausar Senior Associate at Assegaf Hamzah & Partners (Indonesia)

★★★★☆ (4,5/5)

"The Course provides an advantageous and effective understanding of the competition compliance program."

Vuk Leković Senior associate at Gecić Law Firm (Serbia)

★★★★★ (5/5)

"This is an amazing opportunity to learn something new about competition law, independent of publicly available laws and articles. Also, it is a great chance to meet with professionals from other jurisdictions, share knowledge and experience about antitrust law and stay in contact with them."


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