Should social networks offering free services such as Facebook be subject to intervention by competition authorities? Can Member States’ measures combating climate change be tolerated under EU state aid rules? Questions like these will be discussed during the track European Competition Law and Regulation part of the Master's International and European Law.
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Global challenges such as fast technological changes, climate change and societal transformation disrupt existing market structures and business models. They challenge our current understanding of how markets work. As businesses adjust their practices to the changing market, the boundaries of the law and existing models of regulation are greatly influenced. Can private sustainability initiatives of firms escape competition law control? How should EU law regulate the sharing and platform economy, for example Airbnb or Uber? During this track you will learn to analyse and reflect on these issues.
At least one course in your study programme is part of the Amsterdam Law Practice, our unique experiential education. A contemporary way of learning, in which you learn by doing and develop your professional identity by reflecting on who you are as a legal professional.
This track offers a highly customizable programmeYannis, student European Competition Law and Regulation Read more interviews with students
Unique programme among Dutch and European universities
We study the law in its economic, political and societal context
Interactive courses and extracurricular activities
Lecturers are experts in their fields as well as internationally renowned legal practitioners
Graduates of this track will in particularly be qualified for an international career. Either in the EU institutions or with NGOs of EU Member States dealing with economic regulation and competition law, as well as private practice. Either as practitioner in national and international law firms or as in-house-lawyer in national and international companies.
|Degree programme||International and European law|
|Credits||60 ECTS, 12|
|Language of instruction||English|