The Antitrust Enforcement Symposium

in collaboration with

The Oxford Centre for Competition Law and Policy

The George Washington University Competition Law Center

and the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement

The Oxford Centre for Competition Law and Policy  in collaboration with the George Washington University Competition Law Center and the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement host a yearly symposium dedicated to competition law enforcement.

The two day event, hosted at Pembroke College, Oxford, brings together leading academics, competition officials, policy makers and practitioners, for a stimulating, in-depth discussion of the law, economics and policy of antitrust enforcement. Meetings include presentations of selected papers as well as open informal discussion. The aim of the symposium is to explore, in a candid atmosphere, the scope and limit of national enforcement and international cooperation, and to define current and anticipate future issues in antitrust law enforcement. Participation in the event is by invitation only.

The next Symposium is scheduled to take place on 28 & 29 June 2014 and will feature keynote speeches by Mr Carles Esteva Mosso, Director for Policy and Strategy in the European Commission, Competition DG, and Mr Andreas Mundt, Präsident des Bundeskartellamtes.


Past events

The 2013 programme is available here.

The 2012 Programme is available here.



With generous support from: 

Slaughter and May   Bates White   Sidley Austin




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Pembroke - Chapel Quad from roof

Pembroke - Chapel Quad from roof

Pembroke - Hall and Chapel Quad

Pembroke - Hall and Chapel Quad

Pembroke - Hall inside

Pembroke - Hall inside



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