Nicosia – Competition law

From the 2nd of July to the 9th of July, ELSA Cyprus is organising the 2nd Summer ELSA Law School on Competition Law. In our law school, you will have the opportunity to learn about the practices of International and European Competition Law regarding maintenance of market competition, regulation of trade and commerce, prevention of unlawful restraints, price-fixing, monopoly and promotion of competition through many interesting lectures by reputable professors and practitioners. Furthermore, during the week of the Summer ELSA Law School we have planned an exciting social programme, including a visit to the historical centre of Nicosia as well as beach trips and a cruise adventure in the beautiful Mediterranean blue sea!  
Maximum participation fees
ELSA Member from a non-favoured country: €315
ELSA Member from a favoured country: €315
ELSA Alumni / ALSA Members: €355
Non ELSA Members: €355
Maximum extra fees
Gala Ball: €45
Extra Nights: €40
Transportation to/from the Airport: €30
Optional cruise around Cyprus - €35 (A visit to the Archaeological Museum for those not participating in the cruise will be organised)
Nicosia, Cyprus
The Classic Hotel Nicosia, Cyprus
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Academic Partner
European University Cyprus
Academic Programme

The Summer ELSA Law School on Competition Law is an intensive academic programme composed by high profile academic staff specialised on commercial, corporate and competition law sectors. Lectures will cover legal theory along with practical case studies and will take place in 3 international universities in Cyprus. The lecturers have taught in the most prestigious universities worldwide (Oxford, Harvard, Cambridge).

Monday 3 July 2017

Lecture I : The basis and objectives of EU Competition Law: The conduct of undertakings”.

Lecture II : “Merger Control-EU Merger Regulation”.

Tuesday 4 July 2017

Lecture III : “State aid in the field of taxation; an “Apple” from the Forbidden Tree”.  

Lecture IV : “Clauses prohibiting competition of employee against employer”.

Thursday 6 July 2017

Lecture IV : “Unfair Commercial Practices in the World of Game apps: ensuring fair competition through protecting consumers”.

Lecture V : “ADR and Competition Law”.

Friday 7 July 2017

Lecture VI : “Online Dispute Resolution (The .eu ADR Paradigm)”.

Lecture VII : “Competition and beyond”.

The courses will take place at 

  • European University of Cyprus
  • University of Cyprus
  • University of Nicosia

The programme may be subject to changes.