LSESU Competition Law Society
Who We Are
Founded in January 2019, we are one of the newest and most active student-run societies at the LSE. Our aim is to promote competition law among the student body at LSE. The society has a broad network of experts from competition authorities to legal practitioners - ideal for anyone considering a career in the legal or economics professions. We continue to host numerous speaker events spanning a range of fields including intellectual property, public policy and regulation of novel technologies. However, we also strive to raise awareness of competition law, especially for those who are unfamiliar with this field. In short, anyone and everyone is welcome to join our society.
An Economist's Insight Into Anti-Competitive Behaviour
Competition Appeal Tribunal Visit
State Aid Law In Times of Brexit
March 2, 2020
February 25, 2020
February 20, 2020
Our membership increased by 110% over the past academic year.
We held 10 events in the 2019-2020 academic year, making us one of the most active LSESU Societies.
We represent 23 different nationalities.
57% males / 43% females
60% undergraduates / 40% postgraduates
"This is one of the most inclusive and active societies in the LSESU. There will always be something of interest for everyone, whether you are a law student, economics student, or neither."