As air transport undertakings are increasingly privatised, corporatised or commercialised, the application of antitrust and competition laws takes on a special significance. This course focuses on EU competition and US antitrust law and policy, while taking into account Competition Law regimes in other parts of the world (pursuant to a comparative analysis and approach). Special attention will be given to attempts to harmonise the application of Competition Law and Policy between the various jurisdictions.
International Institute of Air and Space Law (IIASL)
Law School, Leiden University
Steenschuur 25, 2311 ES Leiden, Netherlands
Postal address: P.O. Box 9520, 2300 RA Leiden, Netherlands
Phone : +31 71 527 7671
Fax: +31 71 527 7600
Methods of instruction
This course will consist of al limited number of lectures. In order to ascertain students’ knowledge and understanding, the lecturers actively encourage the students to orally present legislation and case law made in the jurisdiction of their choice. In the course practical they have to conduct research independently by examining various sources regarding the subject of their choice. The lecturers also encourage discussions regarding the differences of the EU and US practice in comparison with other jurisdictions.
Syllabus and handouts
For face-to-face students, the course is assessed by means of an oral presentation and a written paper.
Blended learning students will follow the lectures and will then work on assignments to be submitted via internet. No exam is required if an average of 6 is obtained for the assignments.
Master degree in law
Wouter Oude Alink at firstname.lastname@example.org