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CfP, ‘New Directions in Competition Law Enforcement’, Faculty of Law of Radboud University Nijmegen, 24 May 2019

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* With thanks to Professor Catalin Rusu for bringing this to our attention.

On Friday, 24 May 2019, the 4th edition of the Radboud Economic Law International Symposium will take place at the Faculty of Law of Radboud University Nijmegen. This event will be focused on New Directions in Competition Law Enforcement.

The symposium website may be found at this link. Here you will find information about the symposium concept, the call for papers, the NOVA points awarded, the registration procedure, etc.

This one-day symposium is organized in two successive sessions, featuring keynote speeches delivered by: Prof. Barry Rodger, Strathclyde University, Scotland and Prof. Jacques Steenbergen, President of the Belgian Competition Authority.

In addition, we have issued a call for papers. Interested authors are kindly invited to submit abstracts / draft papers on topics relevant for this symposium, before the specified deadlines (for more info, see the ‘Call for Papers’ tab on the symposium website).

The papers that will be accepted for presentation at this symposium will be discussed during the proceedings by Johan van de Gronden, Professor of European Law, Vice-Dean of Education at the Faculty of Law, Radboud University, and Judge at the Dutch Council of State and Hans Vedder, Professor of Economic Law, University of Groningen.

Furthermore, these contributions will be subsequently published in an edited volume, as part of the ‘Radboud Economic Law Series’ published by Wolf Legal Publishers (projected publication date: 1st quarter of 2020).

Flyer – New Directions in Competition Law Enforcement – Symposium – Nijmegen – 24 May 2019

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