UCL FACULTY OF LAWS

LLM Programme

ANTONIO BAVASSO

Email: a.bavasso@ucl.ac.uk

Profile

Antonio BavassoAntonio Bavasso is a specialist in EU and international competition law. His main areas of expertise include merger control, anti-competitive agreements and practices, abuse of dominance, State aid and EU internal market. He has a particular expertise in the application of competition rules in the media, broadcasting, communications, and high tech sectors.

Professor Bavasso is the author of a number of articles published internationally on EU and competition law. He is a regular speaker at international conferences on antitrust law. He is co-editor of Competition Policy International and is the co-founder and executive director of the Jevons Institute for Competition Law and Economics at UCL. He is a non-governmental advisor to the International Competition Network.

Professor Bavasso obtained a JD summa cum laude from the University of Florence, has been a British Chevening Scholar and holds a Ph.D. from the University of London (UCL). He is dual qualified in both England and Wales, and Italy and has also practiced in Brussels and San Francisco. In private practice he is a partner at Allen & Overy LLP.

Teaching
Professor Bavasso teaches on the EU Competition Law Course

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