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February 9, 2008
Best 40 Under 40 in Antitrust/Competition Law
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
The Global Competition Review is running perhaps the most important survey in terms of bragging rights- the 40 Best People under 40 in Antitrust/Competition Law. As they explain, "Every five years Global Competition Review runs a survey named '40 under 40' in the world of competition law. We would like to invite readers to propose candidates for the next survey."
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I would like to propose a young British guy who has produced one of the most outstanding books in comparative antitrust and ec competition law. He has also published widely on issues of european competition law and is now developing a reputation of informing practitioners in new york (through the new york law journal) of developments in Europe.
This guy's name is Femi Alese. The best thing about him is that his various publications (in the European Competition Law Review that I have read) refuse to spell out his details. I'm, however, aware that he is under 40 and has just written an outstanding work because I was fortunate enough to be one of the people on the publishers list to review his book anonymously.
Posted by: Ad Mark | Feb 14, 2008 4:39:24 PM