Visiting Research Fellows

The Centre for Competition Law and Policy operates a non stipendiary programme of research fellowships in competition law and policy. Fellows are invited to spend a short period of up to two terms at the CCLP in which they contribute to research and debate on key policy issues.

Visiting research fellows (since 2008):

  • Dr Caron Beaton-Wells, Associate Professor, Melbourne Law School
  • Mr Terry Calvani, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer US LLP
  • Mr Edward L Flippen
  • Mr Gideon Ginat, Judge, Haifa District Court
  • Hans Hugo Kristoffersen, Trondheim, Norway
  • Mr Howard Langer, Langer Grogan & Diver, P.C. and Penn Law School
  • Prof. Maurice Stucke, University of Tennessee
  • Prof. Seryo Shingo, Doshisha University
  • Dr Debra Wilson, University of Canterbury


Research Students

Degrees range from the Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) to Master research degrees such as the Master of Studies in Legal Research (MSt), the Master of Philosophy in Law (MPhil) and the Master of Letters (MLitt). Information on these degrees is available on the Oxford University web pages.

In addition to the research degrees, graduate students attending the taught competition law course may also engage in a short research project and write a supervised dissertation on competition law. For more information regarding this option please consult the Law Faculty web pages.

The Competition Law Centre serves as a venue for research students to meet and exchange views on their research projects through the Research Students' Discussion Group. Each meeting includes a short presentation on up to two research projects, followed by a group discussion. Meetings take place in Hilary and Trinity Term.


Excellence Awards

The Centre for Competition Law and Policy grants “excellence awards” aimed at encouraging research and publications in the area of competition law. Awards of up to £1000 are granted to research students whose research papers constitute a significant contribution to the field and have been accepted for publication in a leading law journal. For applications and further information please contact the CCLP.

*Please note that the Centre does not manage applications for admission to the research programmes and all queries regarding admission and supervision should be addressed directly to the Graduate Studies Office.

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