School of Law

Dr Pinar Akman takes part in the training of EU judges

19 November 2014 |

Dr Pinar Akman, an Associate Professor at the School of Law specialising in competition law, has taken part in the training of judges from different EU Member States on issues of competition law.

The training event is funded by the European Commission and is organised by the European University Institute through its Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. The so-called ENTraNCE programme is a training programme and a unique networking opportunity aimed at national judges of the EU Member States actively dealing with competition law cases. Dr Akman delivered a lecture on the exploitative abuse of a dominant position as part of ENTraNCE 2015. The training event was attended by fifty-four judges from twenty different Member States and took place on 12-15 November 2014.

Dr Akman is the author of The Concept of Abuse in EU Competition Law: Law and Economics Approaches (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2012) which is available on the Hart Publishing website

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