Trier, Germany

European Antitrust Law

when 3 July 2023 - 7 July 2023
language English
duration 1 week
credits 20 EC
fee EUR 1190

This course will provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the basics of EU antitrust law and a comprehensive update on the latest developments in each field.

Participants will be able to deepen their knowledge through case studies and workshops.

Course leader

Avgustina Dorich

Elizabeth Greenwood

Target group

Private lawyers, judges, officials of national competition authorities and other practitioners seeking a thorough overview of European antitrust law and its latest trends.

Course aim

Key topics
- Key concepts of competition policy and economics
- Methods for defining the relevant market
- Practical illustration of the rules applicable to vertical and horizontal agreements
- Cartels, information exchange, tacit collusion and oligopoly issues
- The abuse of a dominant market position
- Anticompetitive practices in the digital economy
- Public and private enforcement of antitrust rules
- Theory and practice of dawn raids
- The Commission’s leniency policy

Visit to the CJEU in Luxembourg
Participants will also have the opportunity to attend a hearing at the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg. The maximum number of places for the visit is 35. Places will be allocated on “first come, first served” basis.

Fee info

EUR 1190: Standard
EUR 892: EU and ERA patrons/Young lawyers and other groups


Scholarships available (Early registration discounts)