Vassilios Copetinas


Vassilios is a DPhil candidate in Law as an AG Leventis scholar, the Graduate Development Scholar at St Anne's College, and a tutor at the University of Oxford.

He is working on EU Competition Law. His doctoral research focuses on defining what is and what ought to be the scope and objectives of EU Competition Law when applied to digital market matters and specifically the democratic considerations to be had in digital consolidation. Vassilios is also teaching European Union law at St Anne's College and Hertford College. 

Before joining Oxford, Vassilios studied at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) for his LLB, at the University of Warwick for an LLM in International Economic Law and at the College of Europe (Bruges), as a Joseph Bech scholar, for an LLM in European Law.

Over the years Vassilios has acted as a political adviser to a Member of European Parliament and, more recentlly, as a consultant to another Member of European Parliament in the context of legislative action in the digital regulatory framework and the cybersecurity report.

Research Interests

  • Competition  Law
  • EU Law
  • Data Protection
  • Network Industries
  • Consumer Protection Laws
  • Artificial Intelligence 

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