About the journal
The Journal of European Competition Law & Practice is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the practice of competition law in Europe. Primarily focused on EU Competition Law, the journal includes within its scope key developments at the international level and also at the national EU member state level, where they provide insight on EU Competition Law. Published ten times per year, coverage includes:
• the full range of substantive Competition Law topics;
• practice-related matters such as litigation and enforcement;
• issues in fields that impact upon or are related to competition law, such as intellectual property, commercial law and EU law, as well as issues in specific sectors such as energy, technology, transport, financial services and healthcare;
• summaries of the economic issues or arguments applicable to a particular case or development.
Drawing on the insights and experience of General Editors Paul Nihoul and Thomas Lübbig, and Consulting Editor Philip Lowe, the journal also benefits from the active participation of a small, focused Editorial Board, with members drawn from practice, from regulatory bodies and from industry across Europe.
Distinctive aspects of the journal's approach are:
• the highest standards of legal analysis, applied both to the latest developments as well as in more reflective survey articles;
• content chosen for its practical relevance;
• concise and accessible presentation;
• a broad approach, setting competition law in the context of EU law, and looking at its application to, and impact on, related areas of law;
• material made available online prior to distribution of print copies.
The journal is specifically designed for EU Competition lawyers both in private practice and working in industry and the corporate sector. It is likely also to become an essential source of reference for domestic lawyers in EU countries, non-competition-specialist lawyers, members of the judiciary, officials in enforcement agencies and regulatory bodies, and academics specialising in competition /antitrust. Content is selected for its quality of analysis and practical relevance, with a premium upon concise and accessible presentation.
Articles and shorter contributions are invited: please contact Thomas Lübbig or Paul Nihoul to discuss ideas or request further information.