Who’s Competing? is a blog created to support and inform my competition law research and teaching at Lancaster University.
I will also use the blog to update the wider Competition Law Community about the activities of the Competition Law Scholars Forum, an organisation which promotes competition law scholarship in which I am currently Vice-Chair, and material published in the CLaSF’s journal – the Competition Law Review.
It will also be of use for the readers of my co-authored competition law textbook, Competition Law and Policy in the EU and UK, published by Routledge.
In the blog I will discuss cases and other materials that I come across in my work and think might be interesting for the wider competition law community. I deliberately have a wide audience in mind when I’m looking at material and I therefore hope Who’s Competing will be a globally useful resource.
You can also find me on Twitter @AngusMacCulloch.
My formal biography is:
Angus MacCulloch first graduated with an LL.B (Hons) from the University of Dundee (1992), before going on to undertake LL.M (European Law) at the University of Strathclyde (1994) and an M.Phil at the University of Manchester (1997). From 1996 he was a Lecturer at the University of Manchester with his research focusing largely on Competition Law. Angus MacCulloch joined Lancaster University Law School, as Senior Lecturer, in September 2006.