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Nico wins best legal book of the year award

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Nico Prize

First it was the Jacques Lassier prize for his PhD thesis (see here).

Then the Antitrust Writing Award (thanks, btw, to the campaign I so well managed… ; see here).

And now (actually, last Saturday) Nico got the “Prix du livre juridique” to the best legal book published in France (see here), for his new textbook Droit européen de la concurrence.

The prize was awarded at the Constitutional Court in Paris; prestigious setting for a prestigious prize (see pic above; in case you were wondering, Nicolas is the one posing).

Judging by his mother’s comment on his Facebook wall, the prize has made the family happy. You know, there haven’t been so many ocassions to feel proud of the chap  :)

Congrats to Nico for the prize and for his contribution to spreading the competition gospel in France. Hopefully new generations of French will gain a better understanding of competition law and, unlike the jury in this case, will be able to tell what’s sound legal competition reasoning and what’s not !

P.S. Contrary to what you might think, I’m not writing this simply to promote my co-blogger’s achievement. I’m doing it because the a****** said he won’t give me a free copy, so I’m hoping that some advertisement will earn me one from the publisher.

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Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

16 October 2013 at 8:58 pm

4 Responses

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  1. Congrats!

    David Mamane

    16 October 2013 at 11:42 pm

  2. Congrats :)

    Pranav Mehra

    17 October 2013 at 4:25 am

  3. CONGRATULATIONS!!! :)

    Sonia Jozwiak

    18 October 2013 at 1:58 pm

  4. Thank you!!!!! I was very very happy on that day.

    Sonia, as a student-user, you have experienced on of the first drafts of the book :).

    Nicolas Petit

    18 October 2013 at 2:11 pm


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