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Moot court memories

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Moot court memories

It has been a week already, but I do not forget how grateful I am really to Alison Jones for inviting me to participate as a judge in the Competition Law Moot, organised by King’s College London with the support of Herbert Smith Freehills. The organisation was outstanding, the atmosphere was great and the level of the participants was really high. I already look forward to next year’s competition. What I do not know is whether LSE (or Chillin’ Competition) should send a team, as I enjoyed the grilling so much!

I believe I had so much fun because it related to some questions I addressed in a paper I published a while ago already on the role of market failures (in particular, externalities and public goods) in the analysis of restrictions of competition under Article 101(1) TFEU. I still find the issue intriguing, and I will be writing a couple of posts on the topic (and I really hope moot participants will share their views!).

Written by Pablo Ibanez Colomo

22 June 2015 at 5:18 pm

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  1. That a team from Singapore won an EU Competition moot Court is pretty remarkable !!

    Alfonso Lamadrid

    22 June 2015 at 5:40 pm


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