Antitrust, Regulation and Competition Law
UCL Laws has an internationally established tradition of teaching and research in antitrust law. This goes back to Valentine Korah’s pioneering work and is maintained and enriched today with a wide range of courses in antitrust law, regulation and economics.
UCL’s commitment to development of legal doctrine and debate on law reforms is reflected in the field of antitrust law and regulation. Our approach in teaching and research in this area of law is based on a strong interaction between legal principles and applied economics as well as on comparative teaching methodologies.
Our researchers in the area include:
Our courses in the area include:
LLM Programme Specialist Degree - Competition Law
UCL Laws offers a range of competition law courses as part of its Competition Law Specialist Degree, to provide a thorough understanding of the nature of competition issues and the legal responses to them. Please see our related LLM Specialist Degree - Competition Law Course List.
See the Jevons Institute for Competition Law and Economics at UCL and Centre for Law, Economics and Society website for information.