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Recent news (from London, Murcia and Brussels)

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Recent news

We are glad to share some news coming from all over Europe (in the spirit of the ongoing election to the European Parliament):

  • From London, younger readers pursuing or considering an academic career will be pleased to learn that King’s College London is expanding its competition law team (lucky them). It is an entry-level position (lectureship). You have until 7 June to apply. More info here.
  • From Murcia, our friend Jorge Piernas is keen to let us know that his home university (Murcia), in cooperation with the University of Padova and the European Commission, has put together a programme to train national judges in State aid matters. If you are a judge (or an apprentice judge), note that the first residential seminar will take place in Murcia on 30 and 31 May and that there are a few (very few) spots available. Interested? You can reach Jorge at jjpiernas@um.es.
  • From Brussels, our friends from the eminent Global Competition Law Centre have organised a lunch talk, to take place on Monday of next week, in which to discuss the priorities of the next Commission. As part of the lunch talk, they have come up with the great idea of inviting the competition law community to share their views on the matter. You have until 25 May to fill their survey, which can be accessed here.

Written by Pablo Ibanez Colomo

23 May 2019 at 12:47 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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