Thibault Schrepel holds a Ph.D. in antitrust law (US & EU) as well as an LL.M. degree. In addition to being a practitioner, he writes on antitrust law issues in a number of law reviews, including at Harvard, NYU, Oxford, SMU, Suffolk and Queen Mary. Thibault focuses most of his writing on high-tech markets and on issues dealing with innovation. He created the Revue Concurrentialiste and his personal website is www.thibaultschrepel.com (Email address).
Thibault Schrepel est docteur en droit (Europe & US) et titulaire d’un Master of Laws (LL.M.) en International Law and Legal Studies de la Brooklyn Law School. En parallèle de son activité de praticien, il écrit régulièrement pour de nombreuses revues spécialisées – dont celles d’Harvard, NYU, Oxford, SMU, Queen Mary University, Suffolk… – pour la American Bar Association ainsi que pour la Revue Concurrentialiste dont il est le créateur. Son site internet est www.thibaultschrepel.com (Adresse email).
John Newman is an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Memphis School of Law. His scholarship focuses on competition and innovation policy in technology markets. His articles have been accepted for publication in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, George Washington Law Review, Vanderbilt Law Review, Washington University Law Review, Florida State University Law Review, and the Maryland Law Review.
Prior to joining the Memphis Law faculty, Professor Newman practiced as a trial attorney (entry via the Honors Program) with the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. While earning his J.D., Professor Newman served as research assistant to Herbert Hovenkamp, was managing editor of the Iowa Law Review. (Email address)