College of Europe (Bruges)

Sami Andoura

Notre Europe (Paris), College of Europe (Bruges)
Professor, Senior Research Fellow

Sami Andoura completed his degree in Law at Paris II Panthéon-Assas University (France) in 2003. In 2004 he specialised in an LL.M. in European Business Law at Paris II Panthéon-Assas University and in an LL.M. in International Economic Law at Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University. In 2004/2005, he then was student at the College of Europe/Bruges Campus at the Law Department, and received the best thesis award of his department for his work on the European Diplomatic Service. In 2002, he also followed the specific diploma on Comparative Law at the Institute of Comparative Law at Paris II Panthéon-Assas University. He is currently a senior research fellow at Notre Europe in Paris, and a Professor, holder of the european energy chair. Prior to this he worked at the Royal Institute for International Relations (IRRI-KIIB, Brussels). Before joining the Institute, Sami Andoura worked in 2005 in a fix-term contract in the Brussels office of the British Law firm Hogan Lovells which he left in 2006. From February to May 2004, he was trainee at the Conseil de la Concurrence in Paris (Competition authority), within the service specialised in International and European competition law and the relations with DG COMP. In 2003, he worked as an assistant of Professor B. Brachet at Paris II Panthéon-Assas University in Constitutional Law, Tax Law and political sciences.

Linked authors

College of Europe (Bruges)
Ghent University
Bank of England
Maastricht University
Brussels School of Competition (Brussels)


16452 Bulletin

Jacques Derenne, Sami Andoura The Brussels Court of Appeal issues a preliminary ruling on the successive application of Art. 81.3 EC to vertical agreements and concerted practices and rules on the De minimis doctrine (Emond / Brasserie Haacht)


This is a judgment of the Brussels Court of Appeal responding to a request for a preliminary ruling from the Court d’appel de Liège ("Court of Appeal of Liège"), on the application of Article 81 EC and vertical block exemption regulations to a beer supply agreement setting up an exclusive (...)

Jacques Derenne, Sami Andoura The Paris Court of Appeal condemns an undertaking in the cosmetic sector to repair the damage suffered by a manufacturer for the unauthorized resale of its products outside the selective distribution network (La Roche Posay)


This is a judgment of the Court of Appeal of Paris applying Article 81 EC which has been transmitted to the European Commission by virtue of Article 15(2) of Regulation n° 1/2003 and has been published on DG Competition’s website (See also on this case, C. Mai-Doremus and J. Philippe, The Paris (...)

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