Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
University of Tilburg, The Netherlands; University College London, United Kingdom; Euclid Law, Belgium
Damien Geradin is a Professor of Competition Law and Economics at Tilburg University and a Visiting Professor at University College London. He has held visiting positions at major United States universities, including Columbia, Harvard, Michigan and Yale. His areas of teaching and research include antitrust, intellectual property and the regulation of network industries. He is the author/co-author/editor of 21 books and has published more than 120 legal and economic papers in leading academic journals.
Damien is the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Competition Law and Economics. He is a partner at EUCLID, a competition boutique law firm with offices in Brussels and London. Prior to that, he was a partner at two leading international law firms, practising European Union competition law. He has been involved in a large number of European Commission cases, notably in proceedings against Qualcomm, Microsoft and Slovak Telekom. He has also assisted clients in numerous cases before the EU courts and has been involved as counsel or expert witness in many major arbitration matters raising competition law and/or IP and/or EU law issues.
Damien was a Fulbright research scholar at Yale Law School and holds a PhD from Cambridge University. He teaches a cutting-edge subject on competition and new technologies in the Melbourne Law Masters program on-campus and is a member of the international panel contributing to the Law School’s online program in global competition and consumer law.