Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog

Editor: D. Daniel Sokol
University of Florida
Levin College of Law

Thursday, January 21, 2021

2021 CRESSE Lawyers' Course on "The Role of Economics in Competition Law and Practice"

2021 CRESSE Lawyers' Course on
"The Role of Economics in Competition Law and Practice"

 

EARLY BIRD
Complete your registration until March 12th 2021
to receive a 20% discount.

 

The 2021 CRESSE Lawyers' Course will introduce the economic theories that underlie competition law, the methods and tools that are used to assess whether business practices are socially harmful or benign, and the economic issues related to the enforcement of the law. The goal of the course is to enable participating lawyers to communicate effectively with economists when they have to cooperate with them in cases and to read their Opinions in an informed manner.

CRESSE's 7th Lawyers’ Course will take place from July 2, through July 5.

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We very much hope that the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic in spring/summer of 2021 will not be such as to impede the physical materialization of the CRESSE courses in CRETE.
 

If the situation in many countries prevents us from physically organizing the CRESSE courses, all the lectures will be delivered online (with reduced participation fees).



The Scientific Committee will announce its decision on how the 15th CRESSE Schools will be held by May 3, 2021.

 
 

This year is the 1st edition of the CRESSE – CPI Young Researchers Awards.

Selection will be undertaken by the Scientific Committee of CRESSE.  The awards will be made during the annual Conference that will take place on July 2 through July 4 in Crete, Greece. The value of each award will be 1,500 Euro.

An additional award will be given to the most read 2021 CRESSE Antitrust Chronicle paper.

For questions and assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

 

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