Maria Ioannidou is a member of the board of the Hellenic Competition Commission. She is a Senior Lecturer in competition law at the School of Law, Queen Mary, University of London where she also serves as the Deputy Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy (on leave). Previously, she was a Lecturer in law at the University of Surrey, where she taught constitutional, contract and EU law. She has also practiced competition law in leading law firms in Athens, Greece and Brussels, Belgium. Maria studied law in Athens (BA, LLM) and Oxford (MJur, MPhil, DPhil), during which time she also worked as a researcher and conducted legal research in a wide range of EU and US competition law issues. Her areas of interest include EU, UK and international competition law, competition law enforcement, the interaction between competition and consumer law, competition law in the energy sector, as well as the impact of big data and artificial intelligence on competition law enforcement and the consumers’ role in markets. Maria serves as the managing editor for the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement and as an editor of the World Competition Law and Economics Review. She is the author of ‘Consumer Involvement in Private Competition Law Enforcement’ (OUP 2015).
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