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Pinar Akman

I am a Professor of Law specialising in competition law. I am the Director of the Centre for Business Law and Practice. I previously held a Chair at the UEA Law School, University of East Anglia. I am an Associate Member of the Centre for Competition Policy at UEA. Prior to coming to the UK, I worked at the University of Ankara Law School, Department of Commercial Law and qualified as a lawyer in Turkey.I have undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in law from University of Ankara Law School. I was ranked first overall in my undergraduate degree. Following my Masters, I received an ORSAS (Overseas Research Students Awards Scheme) Scholarship funded by the UK Secretary for Education and a UEA Scholarship that provided full-funding for my doctoral studies at UEA Law School and ESRC Centre for Competition Policy. My PhD focused on the topic of abuse of a dominant position in EU competition law. I am the author of The Concept of Abuse in EU Competition Law: Law and Economics Approaches (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2012; reprinted, 2015). My peer-reviewed articles have been published in prestigious journals such as the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, Modern Law Review, Antitrust Law Journal, Journal of Competition Law and Economics, European Law Review, Journal of Business Law, Journal of Law and Society, etc. I was shortlisted for an Antitrust Writing Award in 2016, 2017, and 2018 (Concurrences Review & George Washington Competition Law Center).

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