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.
David Bailey has research interests in competition law and policy.
- 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.