We are incredibly proud of our partnership with the Brussels School of Governance. This will join two world-class institutions to undertake a range of academic collaborations including scholarly interaction, cooperative research, and student/staff exchanges.Professor Dan Hunter, Executive Dean, The Dickson Poon School of Law
09 March 2023
New partnership launched at Future of Competition Enforcement event in Brussels
The Brussels School of Governance hosted a joint event with The Dickson Poon School of Law on 30 November 2022 to celebrate the launch of a new partnership between the two institutions.
The event, which was dedicated to the ‘Future of Competition Enforcement’ marked the first occasion that The Dickson Poon School of Law and the Brussels School of Governance have been able to gather in person.
The speakers, Thomas Deisenhofer, Principal Adviser for ex post economic evaluation Directorate-General, Competition at the European Commission and Griet Jans, Chief Economist and Member of the Managing Board of the Belgian Competition Authority, reflected on the challenges and prospects for competition enforcement, especially amidst the economic, technological upheaval of recent years, and discussed the priorities and possible solutions going forward.
“King's has long-standing links with the legal community in Brussels, including the EU institutions and legal practice, as well as a very active and accomplished community of alumni of which we are very proud. We are thrilled to join with the Brussels School of Governance to extend our commitment to the EU and its laws into its next stage.”
Members of the Brussels School of Governance board, Sven Van Kerckhoven Vice-Dean for Education and assistant Professor in Business and Economics and Caroline Buts Associate Professor in Business and Economics said: “The Brussels School of Governance is delighted to cooperate with King’s College London, as the two institutions share a common dedication to academic excellence as well as to developing knowledge and understanding in the fields of governance and law.
“We will be able to carry out high-quality research, provide students unique and innovative learning opportunities, and create new partnerships that will be advantageous to both schools through this wonderful partnership.”
The partnership aims to strengthen ties between King’s and Brussels School of Governance through academic collaboration, scholarly interaction, cultural exchanges and cooperative research.