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Peter Alexiadis

Peter Alexiadis

Visiting Professor, King’s College, London

Peter Alexiadis is a Visiting Professor at King’s College in London, where he has taught LLM competition law courses on Regulated Network Sectors and Digital Regulation since 2005. In parallel, he was until recently a legal practitioner in Brussels, specialising in digital policy, competition law and intellectual property, where he advised private parties and many regulatory agencies around the world for well over three decades. During that period, he was recommended as an expert in his field by all peer review magazines. Mr Alexiadis holds postgraduate degrees in Law from the London School of Economics, the Aristotelian University in Thessaloniki and the University of Sydney. He has completed a number of milestone studies for the European Commission on regulatory policy, including analyses which led to the adoption of the EU Regulatory Framework in telecommunications (and its amendment) and the new new Digital Markets Act. He has also acted as external counsel to the European Commission’s Competition Unit for Telecommunications. Mr Alexiadis plays an active role in the teaching of competition policy and regulatory policy to Asian regulators, both through programmes run by the College of Europe and the OECD. Peter is currently a Senior Editor on the IBA’s International Business Law magazine and the Utilities Law Review, and is a prolific writer in his areas of expertise. He is currently authoring a textbook on European Digital Regulation for the University of Oxford Press.

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