Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron

Yet another (good) antitrust quiz

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Antitrust quizzes seem to be the flavor of the day.

In the past few weeks we posted a few on this blog (see here, here, and here). Today we have just learnt that the European Commission has launched its own competition law quiz:

Nice initiative from the Commission! (many thanks to our friend Isabel Yglesias for pointing us to it)

It’s actually quite well done. It has 3 levels: “Basic (general audience); Advanced (students in competition law); Expert (advanced students in competition law and practitioners)” (as if all practitioners had expert knowledge…).

We would love to arrange a competition among our readers to see how many of you get 10/10, but we have no way of verifyng any results you would report, and since most of you are also lawyers we can’t just trust you..

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P.S. We can’t give you more details for the moment, but you should know that a sort of competition law quiz will be an important part of the competition law conference of the century, decade, year, month? the first Chillin’ Competition conference.

The program is now half baked, and we will soon start contacting the speakers/participants we have in mind. We will be giving you further information in the coming days.

Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

6 March 2012 at 5:12 pm

Posted in Polls and quizzes

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  1. Now that’s an enjoyable and useful quiz. Got a perfect score on second try (but with only 2 state aid questions in the bunch does that count as cheating?).

    Pieter van Osch

    10 March 2012 at 9:54 am

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