General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg)

Vivien Terrien

General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg)
Legal Secretary

Vivien Terrien is a legal clerk (référendaire) at the Court of Justice of the European Union and was part of the EU General Court President’s chamber for ten years. He has also acted as International Competition Network (ICN) representative for the Competition Council of Luxembourg since 2019 and is an Honorary Member of the European Lawyers’ Union. Before joining the Court in 2009, Vivien practiced as an attorney in the antitrust teams of Linklaters in Paris and, then, of WilmerHale in Brussels. He qualified as a Paris and New York attorney-at-law after studying at Ottawa University (Canada) and graduating from the Universities of Paris II Panthéon-Assas and Nantes (France), the College of Europe (Bruges, Belgium) and Harvard Law School (Cambridge, USA). Vivien is academically involved as a lecturer in EU internal market and competition law at the Paris II Panthéon-Assas University, the Lorraine University, the Catholic University of Paris and the University of Pau and the Adour Region. In addition, he regularly intervenes as a speaker on EU antitrust matters in international fora and before various national authorities.Moreover, he has organized and participated in several trainings and workshops for national judges, among them, those held in the framework of the Training for National Judges in EU Competition Law at the OECD-GVH Regional Centre for Competition in Budapest (Hungary).Vivien has published many articles on EU litigation, antitrust and institutional law topics and, most recently, he co-authored the reference book “European Court Procedure – A Practical Guide” (Hart Publishing, 2020). He is also a team member of the Judicial Competition Law website.

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Articles

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Katarína Andová, Marc Barennes, Vivien Terrien New rules of procedure of the EU General Court : What are the new provisions that may specifically matter to competition lawyers ?

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Depuis le 1er juillet 2015, le Tribunal de l’Union européenne s’est doté de nouvelles règles de procédure. Si aucune des modifications ne concerne exclusivement les procédures applicables dans les affaires de concurrence, un grand nombre des amendements apportés par cette révision affecte cependant (...)

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