Magali Eben becomes an American Bar Association Antitrust International Scholar-in-Residence
In this prestigious role, Magali Eben, a PhD student at the School of Law, will conduct research in the US and will receive a $10,000 scholarship.
The American Bar Association’s Section of Antitrust Law International Scholar-in-Residence Programme provides funding of $10,000 each for two scholars to visit the United States to pursue competition policy-related research in the Spring of 2018. The scholars are expected to visit the United States for a period of 8 to 12 weeks, commencing on or after 1 March 2018, and coinciding with the 66th Annual Spring Meeting of the Antitrust Section scheduled for 11-13 April 2018. During their time in the US, the scholars will conduct research, meet and interact with members of the U.S. antitrust community, and attend the annual Spring Meeting in Washington DC.
For her PhD thesis, Ms Eben is examining the issue of defining markets in EU competition law in the context of online services. She will continue this work while researching in the United Sates as an ABA Antitrust International Scholar-in-Residence. Ms Eben is co-supervised by Professor Pinar Akman and Professor Peter Whelan.