The Future of Competition Litigation

30 Oct 2019 | by Monckton Chambers

6 hrs CPD Ticket price: £149 + VAT A Season of Cheer! On 11 December 2019 Monckton Chambers, NERA Economic Consulting and Augusta will bring together leading competition lawyers, economic experts and funders from the UK, Europe and the US to discuss: Brexit, collective actions, jurisdiction, applicable law, disclosure, confidentiality, damages, expert evidence, funding and […]

We welcome two new tenants – Alfred Artley and Will Perry

01 Oct 2019 | by Monckton Chambers

Monckton Chambers is delighted to announce that Will Perry and Alfred Artley have accepted invitations to join Chambers following successful completion of pupillage. Will is a graduate of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford with a first in History. In January 2020, he will take up a role as a judicial assistant in the High Court (Administrative […]

Carl Baudenbacher delivers Sir Jeremy Lever Lecture, the annual event supported by Monckton Chambers

13 Mar 2019 | by Monckton Chambers

On 8 March 2019, Professor Carl Baudenbacher delivered the eighth annual Sir Jeremy Lever Lecture at Oxford University. The lecture honours the contribution to the development of EU and competition law of Sir Jeremy Lever, the former Head of Monckton Chambers. Professor Baudenbacher is the former President of the EFTA Court, a distinguished academic and a […]

Book launch: Judicial Independence – Memoirs of a European Judge by Carl Baudenbacher

26 Feb 2019 | by Monckton Chambers

On 5th March the City Law School is hosting the book launch for Professor Baudenbacher’s latest book, entitled Judicial Independence – Memoirs of a European Judge (Springer, 2019). This book is about law, but it is not a law book. It is aimed at all interested contemporaries, lawyers and non-lawyers alike. Richly seasoned with personal memories and […]

Greg Pipe – session Chair at CDR’s Autumn Litigation Symposium

31 Aug 2018 | by Claire Alderman

Monckton’s Greg Pipe is to chair a session on “The year in case law: commercial litigation in review” at this year’s CDR’s Autumn Litigation Symposium, to be held on 20th Sep 2018 in London. The Commercial Dispute Resolution team at Monckton Chambers is happy to support this one day conference which will focus on the […]

Professor Panos Koutrakos was UK rapporteur at FIDE 2018

12 Jun 2018 | by Monckton Chambers

Professor Panos Koutrakos was national rapporteur for the UK at the FIDE (Fédération internationale pour le droit européen) 2018 conference in Estoril, Portugal on 23-26 May 2018. Professor Koutrakos’s report was on the external dimension of EU policies and covered issues of international treaty-making, trade and protection of investments, and the area of freedom, security […]

Ronit Kreisberger to speak at GCLC conference – The Path Towards Modern EU Competition Policy: A 50+ Year Retrospective

04 Jun 2018 | by Monckton Chambers

This one day conference is organised by the prestigious Global Competition Law Center (GCLC) of the College of Europe and takes place on 21 June in Brussels. Ronit Kreisberger will be a panel member discussing “The Rise of Private Competition Law Enforcement: benefits, costs and future prospects” with a presentation on the achievements and challenges […]

Anneli Howard joins former Lord Chancellor Kenneth Clarke QC MP to argue for the motion “The first casualty of Brexit will be City talent!” in the first of Thomson Reuters Legal Debates for 2018

15 May 2018 | by Monckton Chambers

Anneli Howard is one of the four “heavyweights from law and politics” being brought together on Thursday 7th June, for a contentious debate on Brexit and the future of the City’s talent.  The debaters will argue the motion “The first casualty of Brexit will be City talent!”   Arguing FOR the motion: Kenneth Clarke QC […]

Monckton Chambers supports the seventh annual Sir Jeremy Lever Lecture

24 Feb 2018 | by Monckton Chambers

The seventh annual Sir Jeremy Lever lecture was held on Friday 23rd February, to celebrate the career of Sir Jeremy Lever KCMG, QC, a pioneer of both the practice and academic study of competition law in Europe. The lecture titled “Mutual recognition and individual rights: the golden mean between blind trust and inadequate trust” was […]