Siyou Zhou

China, Beijing
Associate at T&D Associates
Profession: Attorney / Solicitor
Industry: Competition

About:

I am now working as an associate in competition law at T&D Associates in Beijing from Nov. 2019. Previously, I graduated with an LL.M. degree from Leiden University (the Netherlands) in 2018. In the meanwhile of practicing law in China, I am a pursuing a postgraduate diploma in EU Competition Law at King's College London (distant-learning). In June 2021, I would participate in the competition law course of London School of Economics and expect a certificate to be obtained at the end of it.

languages

English, Chinese

Expertise:

EU LawAntitrustMerger Control

Experience:

T&D Associates

Associate at T&D Associates

November 2019 - Present • Beijing, China

An associate in antitrust/competition law in China, primarily assist in merger filing procedures for international transactions reportable in China.

Education:

China University of Political Science and Law_B.A.

Bachelor of Arts in English Literatures.

China University of Political Science and Law_LL.B.

Bachelor of Laws (J.D. equivalent).

Leiden University_LL.M.

LL.M. Degree in European and International Business Law (Advanced). Courses include European Competition Law, WTO and Investment Law, the Legal Foundation of EU Law, etc. Graduation thesis The ‘Compliance of the U.S.’s Section 301 Sanctions against China from the Perspective of the WTO Law’ (Thesis result: 8/10).

King’s College London_Postgraduate Diploma

Postgraduate Diploma Candidate in the EU Competition Law, diploma expected July 2021. Courses include Principles of EU Competition Law, Practical Application of EU Competition Law, EU Competition Law Procedures, etc.

London School of Economics and Political Science_Course Participant

Participant in the Short Course on Advanced EU Competition Law, certificate expected June 2021. Topics include (i) Practical implications of some of the most recent case law developments; (ii) Novel issues raised by practices implemented in digital markets, including vertical restraints and unilateral conduct; (iii) The role of intellectual property and its impact on legal and economic assessment in light of recent developments, etc. The course is given by Professor Pablo Ibáñez Colomo capped with 25 participants.

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