The Brussels School of Competition (BSC) is a non-profit organisation based in Brussels, with a mission to foster education, compliance and research in the field of competition law and economics. It is organised under the auspices of the Federation of Enterprises in Belgium (FEB).
Friday 7 June 2019, morning (from 09.00 to 12.30)
This module will cover in particular the following topics :
1. Arbitrability and public policy
2. Duty for arbitrators to raise competition law issues
3. Arbitration as an appropriate tool to litigate private damages claims
4. Unenforceability defense...
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You can always register for a module a few days before it starts. Complete the application form and send it back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming: Seminars 'Competition and Arbitration' and 'Competition Compliance' - 07 June 2019
For more information, send an email to email@example.com
We are pleased to announce that the BSC has been selected as a top school in LLM GUIDE’s recently published Top 10 Lists, for LL.M. programmes in Competition Law.
We are very thankful to our professors and alumni!
The academic year 2019-2020 will start in September 2019 and end in June 2020.
Complete the application form and send it back to firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you have any questions, please contact Huyen Vo, BSC Manager, at email@example.com
The programme in a Nutshell
The programme has been designed to meet the needs of companies and their counsels, who have to cope with increasingly complex competition rules and the unprecedented economic risks arising from the enforcement of those rules.Entirely taught in English in Brussels
Taught in English, it comprises 12 sessions. The courses are held at the Federation of Enterprises in Belgium (FEB) on the following Fridays from 9 am to 12 noon, except for the end-of-year conference, which will take place on a Thursday afternoon.
The programme comprises the following courses:
BUILDING BLOCKS: COGNITIVE TECHNOLOGY AND THE LEGAL SYSTEM
11.01.19 - Module 1: First dive in AI
01.02.19 - Module 2: AI, public policy and regulation
15.02.19 - Module 3: Ethics and AI
22.02.19 - Module 4: Liability
15.03.19 - Module 5: Big data: legal framework and practice
TOOLS: DEMONSTRATION AND EXPERIMENTATION
22.03.19 - Module 6: Initiation to algorithm design
29.03.19 - Module 7: AI Applications for lawyers
26.04.19 - Module 8: Beyond AI tools: blockchain and other legal tech
03.05.19 - Module 9: AI tools for the public sector: law enforcement and decision making
10.05.19 - Module 10: Cybersecurity
24.05.19 - Module 11: AI & life sciences
13.06.19 - Module 12: Future of the legal profession
Venue: FEB, Rue Ravensteinstraat 4, 1000 Brussels
Working language: English
Participation fees: €250, excluding VAT (21%) per session, €2500 for the full programme
The Brussels School of Competition (BSC) was delighted to welcome Melchior Wathelet, Minister of State, Professor of European Law and former First Advocate General at the Court of Justice of the European Union, as the special guest at the Graduation Ceremony this year. He delivered a keynote speech on 14-year experience at the Court of Justice and some competition cases to the new graduates who received their degrees from BSC directors Charles Gheur and Nicolas Petit.
8 years after its establishment, the BSC continues to be the training provider of choice for those wanting to broaden their knowledge of competition law and economics.