Amédée is a DPhil candidate at the Faculty of Law and member of St Edmund Hall. He is also a tutor at the University of Oxford where he teaches EU competition law and has been serving as Graduate Teaching Assistant for the course.
His researched, supervised by Professor Ariel Ezrachi and funded by the Clarendon Fund and St Edmund Hall, examines upstream platform power plays from an antitrust policy perspective. More specifically, it combines different scholarly lenses to determine whether, and if so, to what extent platform-to-supplier concerns are relevant for antitrust. In so doing, the project contributes to both theory-building and enforcement design.
Amédée graduated from the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL) in Belgium (LLB, 2013 and LLM, 2015). He also holds a Magister Juris degree from the University of Oxford (MJur, 2016) where he was awarded several prizes (Clifford Chance Prize; Monckton Chambers Competition Law Prize; Winter Williams Prize; Oxford Law Faculty Prize in Constitutional Principles; and Oxford Law Faculty Prize in Intellectual Property Law).
Before returning to Oxford, he clerked at the General Court of the European Union and worked as an associate in a Brussels-based American law firm.
Competition law and policy; EU law; Intellectual property law