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Bailey, David

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David is a graduate of King’s College London and Harvard University where he obtained respectively the degrees of LLB and LLM. David has been a Visiting Professor of Law at King's since December 2012; prior to that he had been a Visiting Lecturer since 2001. He is a qualified Barrister and Solicitor in England & Wales; he is also an Attorney in New York. He worked as a referendaire at the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal from 2007 to 2012; prior to that he worked at the law firm Linklaters from 2003 to 2006. David is the co-author (with Richard Whish) of the seventh edition of Competition Law. He is also the co-editor (with Vivien Rose) of the seventh edition of Bellamy and Child’s European Union of Competition Law.

Research Interests

David Bailey has research interests in competition law and policy.

Selected Publications
  • Editor, Division of Division 1 of Butterworth’s Competition Law
  • Rose and Bailey (eds), Bellamy and Child European Union Competition Law (7th edition, OUP: Oxford, March 2013)
  • Whish and Bailey, Competition Law, (7th edition, OUP: Oxford, 2012)
  • ‘Restrictions of competition by object under Article 101 TFEU’ (2012) Common Market Law Review 559
  • ‘Regulation 330/2010: the Commission’s new block exemption for vertical agreements’ (with Richard Whish) (2011) Common Market Law Review 1757
  •  ‘The early case-law of the Competition Appeal Tribunal’ (in Rodger (ed), Ten Years of UK Competition Reform, Dundee University Press, 2010, ch 2)
  •  ‘Presumptions in EU Competition Law’ (2010) 31 European Competition Law Review 362-369
  • ‘Single, overall agreement in EU Competition Law’ (2010) Common Market Law Review 473-508
  • LLM EU Competition Law
  • LLM UK Competition Law

David also supervises competition law related research for LLM, MA and MPhil/PhD students.


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