David Bailey is a Professor of Practice Law at King’s College London, a barrister and author. Professor Bailey has taught postgraduate courses on competition law and policy at King’s College London since 2003, having taught at King’s since 2001.
Professor Bailey is a practising barrister, qualified in England and Wales and in Ireland; he is also an attorney in New York. Since 2015, he has been Standing Counsel to the UK Competition and Markets Authority and the Hong Kong Competition Commission.
In 2017 he was a Non-Governmental Adviser to the International Competition Network. In 2019 he was ranked as one of the ‘Most Highly Regarded’ junior barristers in Who’s Who Legal UK Bar: Competition. In 2019 Professor Bailey was awarded the King’s Education Award 2019 for Sustained Excellence.
Professor Bailey is also a member of Brick Court Chambers.
Competition law and policy, particularly in the EU, UK and Asia.
- Whish and Bailey Competition Law (9th edition, 2018)
- Bailey and John (eds) Bellamy & Child’s European Union Competition Law (8th edition, 2019)
- “The new frontiers of Article 102 TFEU: antitrust imperialism or judicious intervention?” (2018) 6 Journal of Antitrust Enforcement 25
- “Reinvigorating the role of Article 101(3) under Regulation 1/2003” (2016) 81 Antitrust Law Journal 111
Professor Bailey teaches on the following LLM modules:
- 7FFLA016 EU Competition Law
- 7FFLA059 UK Competition Law
- 7FFLX005 Advanced EU Competition Law (Merger Control Practice Module)