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Event Highlights

What is unique about the EU Competition Law Summer School?

Who should attend the EU Competition Law Summer School

Whether you have recently started your training contract or need to re-fresh you competition law knowledge, the EU Competition Law Summer School is the perfect choice. Covering all areas of competition law, this event is tailored to the needs of professionals who require a solid foundation in EU competition law and practice, including:

  • Junior lawyers seeking to gain a specialism in competition law
  • In-house counsel requiring an impeccable grounding in the core areas of competition law
  • Experienced lawyers who needs to know more about competition law
  • National competition authorities, judiciary and other regulators
  • Economists needing a firmer understanding of competition law  
  • Professionals in need of an A-Z guide to EU competition law
Relaxing Evening Networking

As well as being a fantastic learning opportunity, attending the EU Competition Law Summer School gives you a chance to make lasting connections with our expert speakers and your peers from across the world. With networking breaks throughout the day, and carefully designed activities each evening, you can relax in the company of your colleagues, whilst having a taste of student life at the college.

  • 5 August: Fun Quiz Night
  • 6 August: Enjoy English Summertime Punting on the River Cam, followed by a BBQ 
  • 7 August: Guided Tour of Historic Cambridge
  • 8 August: Round of the Week with a Formal Drinks Reception & Candlelit Gala Dinner

    Plus! Open nightly, and run by the lovely Wendy, the college bar serves a wide range of soft and alcoholic beverages.
Stay at Historic Downing College

Founded in 1800, through a bequest made by Sir George Downing 3rd Baronet, the Downing College Charter granted a perpetual college for students in ‘Law, physic and the other useful arts and learning’.  Known as the 'newest of the old and oldest of the new', the College was the 17th to be founded within the University of Cambridge, after a gap of 204 years. 

Set amidst 20 acres of magnificent grounds in the heart of the city, Downing College facilitates the perfect atmosphere to help you learn and relax in beautiful, historic surroundings.