Jorge Marcos Ramos is a PhD candidate (2014-2018) in Competition Law at the Liege Competition and Innovation Institute (LCII) from the University of Liege (ULg) in Belgium. His PhD research project is entitled “An Inquiry Into the Origins of Firm Dominance in Competition Law” and is supervised by Professor Nicolas Petit. During his research stay at Georgetown University, Jorge envisions to write a comparative study discussing the different treatment that §2 SA and Article 102 TFEU give to unilateral anticompetitive acquisitions of dominance. Jorge is also a visiting lecturer at EDHEC Business School in France where he teaches the course “Advanced EU Competition Law and Strategies”.
Jorge obtained a Law degree with a specialisation in EU Law from San Pablo CEU University (Madrid) and holds an LLM in EU Competition and Intellectual Property Law from the ULg. Before starting his PhD, he worked as a trainee lawyer in the Competition and Trade practice of Garrigues, in Brussels, and completed a traineeship in the Directorate General of Competition of the EU Commission in the Merger Unit F4: “Transport, Post and other services.”