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The Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF) promotes scholarship in the field of Competition Law

The primary object of the Competition Law Scholars Forum is the promotion of competition law scholarship, in the United Kingdom, the Member States of the European Union, and those states who may accede to the European Union.

Any person holding a teaching or research post in a University for whom competition law is a significant focus of their work may become a Member of the Forum. In addition, any other person who has made a significant contribution to competition legal scholarship may also become a Member of the Forum.

The Forum holds Workshops on topical competition law themes every Spring and Autumn. It encourages Forum Members to suggest themes for future Workshops.

CLaSF also publishes the Competition Law Review, a scholarly journal giving academics and legal practitioners a space to present scholarly thinking on competition law and policy.

You can communicate directly with CLaSF through our Facebook Group or through Twitter using #CLaSF.


CLaSF Sponsors

Strathclyde Law School

City Law School

Lancaster Law School

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Call for Papers: Competition Law and Leisure Markets

CLaSF will be running a workshop on 26 Spetember 2014 at IE Law School, Madrid. The subject of the workshop will be the broad theme of Competition in Leisure Markets. We invite abstract paper proposals from researchers, scholars, practitioners and policy-makers in relation to any issue within this broad theme. The deadline for submission of Abstracts is 2 June 2014.
The full Call can be found here.
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22nd CLaSF Workshop: Programme Published

The Full programme for the 22nd CLaSF Workshop, on 'Competition Law and Pricing Mechanisms', has been published. The Workshop will take place on 1 May 2014 at the Offices of Bird & Bird in London. It will feature a presentaton by Chris Walters, Director of Economics and Enforcement at the CMA.
The full programme can be found here.
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