The "Best Articles" selection aims to reward writing, scholarship, originality, practical relevance and the contribution they make to competition advocacy. "Best Articles" are divided into "Academic Articles" (long articles accepted for publication, published, or released in print or electronic format in academic peer-reviewed journals, chapters of academic books or law & economics reviews…), and "Business Articles" (short articles accepted for publication, published, or released in print or electronic format in professional publications, such as non-peer reviewed journals, briefs, memoranda, blogs...).
BEST SOFT LAWS
The “Best Soft Laws” selection aims to contribute to developing antitrust culture and awareness. Alongside the ICN’s work, it seeks to support international antitrust advocacy by drawing attention towards the most meaningful non-enforcement tools published by competition agencies such as guidelines, market studies, white papers, etc. It aims at singling out some of the most interesting administration practices that could be usefully applied more generally.
BEST STUDENT PAPERS
The "Best Student Papers" selection aims to reward articles written by Law & Economics students, and thereby recognize the field’s emerging voices.
See full rules here.
The Antitrust Writing Awards results will be announced at the Awards Ceremony on March 28, 2023, on the eve of the ABA Antitrust Spring Meeting, in Washington, D.C.
Concurrences and The George Washington University Law School’s Competition Law Center, are organizing the Antitrust Writing Awards with the support of partners.