Or Brook

Or Brook is an Associate Professor in Competition Law and Policy and the Deputy Director of the Centre for Business Law and Practice at the School of Law, University of Leeds. She uses empirical methodologies, and especially systematic content analysis of legal text, to study EU and comparative competition law. Her monograph, “Non-Competition Interests in EU Antitrust Law: An Empirical Study of Article 101 TFEU” was recently published by Cambridge University Press (2022). Currently, she is leading two international-cooperative empirical projects, on setting enforcement priorities by competition agencies and on the effectiveness of judicial review of competition law enforcement. Or holds a master’s degree and a PhD in Competition Law and Regulation from the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance, and bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Law from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Before (re)joining academia, she worked as an associate attorney dealing with commercial litigation.

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