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Julian Nowag

Julian is associate professor (docent) in EU law at Lund University specializing in competition law and the director of the master programme in European Business Law. He is also an associate at the Oxford Centre for Competition Law and Policy where he is on the editorial board of The Journal for Antitrust Enforcement as managing editor. Julian earned a Master’s degree (MSt) and a doctorate (DPhil) from the University of Oxford. He also completed an LLM in European Legal Studies at Durham University and undergraduate law studies in Germany and Austria. He is a qualified lawyer in Germany who’s professional training focused on competition law with placements at the German Competition Authority’s international co-operation unit, the European Commission (DG Comp, cartels unit) and Allen & Overy’s German Antitrust unit in Hamburg.  

He teaches courses on competition and various areas of EU law. Julian teaches EU law and competition law at Oxford and gave lectures and seminars on EU law, comparative law and competition law various European, Asian and Latin American cities.

Luc Peeperkorn (Principal Advisor Antitrust Policy European Commission) described his recent OUP book entitled ‘Environmental Integration in Competition and Free-Movement Laws’ as an ‘intelligent and profound operationalisation of the obligation to integrate environmental concerns in EU competition law without undermining the effective enforcement of Articles 101 and 102 TFEU. A must read for all those active and interested in this field.’

His latest research focuses on the interaction between big data, algorithms and competition law.