The latest Issue of the Competition Law Review has been published, focusing on ‘Object and Effect’ in Competition Law.
The Issue has an Editorial from Pablo Ibáñez Colomo; three exciting Articles, by Elias Deutscher and Stavros Makris, Bruce Wardhaugh, and Stephen Dnes; Case Comment on the Eturas judgment; and, a review of Heide-Jørgensen, et al, Aims and Values in Competition Law. Continue reading Volume 11 Issue 2 of the Competition Law Review Published
The Draft Programme for the CLaSF Workshop on ‘Competition Law and Enforcement Priorities’ at UCD, Dublin on Friday 16 September 2016 has been published.
Details of the Programme and how to Register can be found on the Events Page
The Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF) and UCD Sutherland School of Law invite contributions to a Workshop at UCD Sutherland School of Law, Dublin on Friday 16th September 2016 on the broad theme of ‘Competition Law and Enforcement Priorities’.
Details of the Call can be found on the Event Page.
The Competition Law Scholars Forum and Lisbon Law School, in conjunction with its Jean Monnet Chair in Economic Regulation in the EU, have published the Draft Programme for their upcoming Workshop on ‘Competition and Regulatory trends in Digital Markets‘.
The Workshop will take place at Lisbon Law School on Thursday 14 April.
The Editors of the Review would particularly welcome submissions on the following themes:
Volume 12 in 2015/16: Competition and Regulation in Digital Markets and Competition Law and Enforcement Ppriorities
The Editors will also consider any Book Review articles or short Case Comment articles.
Please see Notes for Contributors
The latest issue of the Competition Law Review – focusing on ‘Competition Law in Leisure Markets‘ – has been published.
It features an exciting range of issues from Sports to Search. It includes papers from Stefano Bastianon, Beverley Williamson, Francisco Marcos, Oskar van Maren, Anca D Chirita, Victoria Daskalova, and Catalin S Rusu. Continue reading Vol 11 Issue 1 of the Competition Law Review Published
The Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF) promotes scholarship in the field of Competition Law
The primary object of the Competition Law Scholars Forum is the promotion of competition law scholarship, in the United Kingdom, the Member States of the European Union, and those states who may accede to the European Union. Continue reading Welcome