Professor Alison Jones
Research interests and PhD supervision
Alison Jones is Professor of Law at King’s and a solicitor at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP. Prior to joining King's in 1992, Alison read law at Girton College, Cambridge, worked at Slaughter & May and completed a BCL at Christ Church, Oxford. Since joining King’s she has taught Competition Law (EU, UK and US), Trusts, Property, and EU law.
Alison is co-author of Jones and Sufrin on EU Competition Law, a Regional Editor for The Restitution Law Review and writes two of the Centre of European Law’s modules for the Diploma in EU competition law. She is also Director of the LLB Law with European Legal Studies programme.
Alison's main research interests are currently in the area of EU Competition and US Antitrust Law.
PhD students & topics
Baskaran Balasingham: ‘The effectiveness of leniency programmes in light of private and criminal enforcement of competition law”
Wan Khatina Wan Mohd Nawawi
Jones, A., and Sufrin, B., EU Competition Law: Text, Cases and Materials (4th edn, OUP, 2011). 5edn forthcoming, Jan 2014
Jones, A., Restitution and European Community Law (LLP, 2000)
Chapters in Books
Jones, A., ‘Drawing the boundary between joint and unilateral conduct: Parent-Subsidiary Relationships and Joint Ventures”, published in A Ezrachi (ed) International Research Handbook of Competition Law (Edward Elgar, 2012)
Jones, A., and Townley C., ‘Competition Law’ in C. Barnard and S. Peers (eds), EU Law (OUP, 2014)
View full list of Professor Jones’ publications.