Specialized seminars

Trojan Economics Academy offers specialized seminars on various legal and economic aspects of competition. The seminars focus on substantive and procedural issues of Competition Law.

The Seminars are tailored to be an essential professional development and learning opportunity mainly by:

  • Providing an in-depth understanding of the legal and economic principles of Competition Law
  • Analyzing key concepts, techniques and tools of Competition Law and Economics
  • Presenting the most recent and prominent case law
  • Reflecting on the evolution of the latest developments of Competition Law and challenges of Competition Law enforcement

We deliver multi-company seminars, with participants of varying professional backgrounds, as well as in-house seminars, tailored to your company’s needs. Our seminars are carried out with physical attendance, online or hybrid.



Who are the seminars for

  • Lawyers / Legal Advisers
  • Trainee Lawyers
  • In-house Counsel
  • Judges
  • Economic Consultants / Practitioners
  • Case handlers of National Competition Authorities
  • Regulatory Bodies staff
  • Compliance Officers
  • Company Directors
  • Commercial Managers
  • Company Executives and Senior staff
  • Officials of Trade / Professional Associations
  • University students (Undergraduate and Postgraduate level)


Our Seminars are designed and lead by academics and experts with sound knowledge, practical skills, and thorough understanding in the field of Competition Law and Economics. All Trainers have excellent teaching and communication skills and extensive experience in training Lawyers and business professionals.

Key Benefits

  • Develop and update professional knowledge and understanding of Competition Law and Economics
  • Enhance legal and economic analysis skills
  • Acknowledge essential economic concepts, techniques and tools in Competition Law
  • Deal with substantive and procedural issues
  • Gain insight on high-profile and/or latest competition cases
  • Exchange best practices with other participants
  • Extend personal and professional network
  • Increase awareness about Competition Law obligations and procedures
  • Meet annual CPD requirements
  • Receive a certificate upon completion of the seminar

Accreditations / Certifications

Trojan Economics has been certified by the Cyprus Bar Association as a Training Center for Lawyers’ Continuous Professional Development. In addition, it has been accredited by the Cyprus Human Resources Development Authority (HRDA) as a Vocational Training Centre (KEK).

Upcoming Seminars


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    Testimonial 1
    "Excellent combination of theory and practice on Competition Law"
    Testimonials 2
    "The case studies presented facilitated understanding of the practical application of the legal provisions underlying Competition Law"
    Testimonial 3
    "The practical advice given in the seminar was invaluable for my day-to-day in-house practice"
    Testimonial 4
    "Helps gain confidence in Competition Law knowledge"
    Testimonial 5
    "Great opportunity to get a thorough overview of recent competition cases and policy developments"
    Testimonial 6
    "Explained the crucial role of economic theory and quantitative methods in Competition Law in a simple and comprehensible manner"

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    Testimonial 7
    "Beneficial and informative seminar and highly engaged trainer"
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