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Ioannis Lianos

Ioannis Lianos

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Ioannis Lianos joined UCL in September 2005 from the University of Southampton, where he was a lecturer in European Union law. He has also lectured for several years (1997-2004) in various areas of European Union law (competition law, internal market law) at the Robert Schuman University of Strasbourg in France and has held visiting appointments in competition and regulatory law at the University Paul Cézanne (Aix-en Provence/Marseille) and the Centre for European Studies of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA). Since September 2004, he is a visiting lecturer in European Union law (competition and intellectual property) at the Centre for International Industrial Property Studies (CEIPI) of the University of Strasbourg. Ioannis has working experience at the European Court of Justice (Chambers of the Advocate General G. Cosmas) in European Union law and at the United States Federal Trade Commission (New York office) in U.S. antitrust law. His primary research interest lies in comparative (EU, French, US) competition law, international competition law, European Union law (internal market, external relations), comparative administrative and regulatory law (public-private partnerships, public utilities law) and law and economics. Lianos is the UCL e-Competitions team’s coordinator.


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