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Stephen Dnes

Northeastern University

Brief info

Stephen Dnes is an Associate Professor in Law at Northeastern University London and an academic affiliate of the International Center for Law & Economics. Following legal education at Trinity College, University of Cambridge, and the University of Virginia School of Law, Stephen was admitted to the New York Bar and developed a competition law practice with periods of work in Brussels, London, New York, and Washington, working on behalf of – and against – many household names on precedent-setting competition law issues arising in concentrated markets. He continues this practice with leading firms in London alongside his academic work.

In his scholarly work, Stephen seeks to bring clarity to those complex areas of the law where legal and economic regulation meet, with an emphasis on competition law, trade law, and banking regulation. In the past, he has developed a new LL.M. course in Banking and Finance law; and has taught at all levels from introductory courses to doctoral examination, including responsibility for final year law studies and a degree pathway at a major Scottish University.

He has also held appointments at the Universities of Aberdeen, Glasgow, Leicester, and Brunel University London in a range of teaching and research roles. In learned and professional societies, Stephen has acted as International Rapporteur for a major project undertaken by an international professional body, and holds an appointment from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission as a Non-Governmental Advisor to the International Competition Network.

Dynamic Competition Initiative

Supported by Berkeley Haas & EUI Department of Law