Sven Gallasch is a Lecturer at Deakin Law School. Originally educated at the University of Trier and the University of Augsburg in Germany, Sven holds a German Diploma in Law. He has also been awarded with a LLM in Competition Law and Policy (2009) and a PhD in Law (2014) from the University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom. His doctoral thesis is entitled ‘The anticompetitive misuse of intellectual property rights in the European pharmaceutical sector’ and was passed without corrections.
He frequently publishes in the area of pharmaceutical antitrust and engages with policy makers and other stakeholders at an international level. He was invited to deliver the keynote speech during the 7th United Nations Conference to Review the UN Set on Competition Policy and participated in the Round Table on The Role of Competition in the Pharmaceutical Sector and its Benefits for Consumers at UNCTAD in Geneva. He was also invited to talk about specific pharmaceutical antitrust issues by the Japan Fair Trade Commission in Tokyo and by the Federal Antimonopoly Service in Moscow.
Sven has also recently been appointed as the permanent national contributor for Australia by the European Competition Law Review.
Previously, Sven held teaching positions in Australia (Swinburne Law School, Melbourne), the United Kingdom (University of East Anglia where he was also a Faculty Member of the Centre for Competition Policy) and in the United States as Visiting Professor (University of Stetson College of Law in Gulfport, Florida where he taught European Antitrust in the JD Program).
Sven is one of the initiators and Co-investigators of OpenLab Africa, which is a multinational and interdisciplinary research collaboration that aims to develop natural product medicines for neglected tropical diseases in the sub-Saharan region.
Most recently, he co-established the Transnational Lawyering Consortium between Deakin Law School, Western Sydney Law School and Indonesian partners which facilates transnational research collaborations and transnational education.
His most recent research project 'Informal cooperation and transnational convergence in competition policy' is funded by Deakin University and has received support from the Research Partnership Platform at UNCTAD.Read more on Sven's profile
- Competition Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- Transnational Legal Studies
- Commercial Law
Informal cooperation and transnational convergence in Competition Policy (2023) funded by Deakin and supported by the United Nations Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Rearch Partnership Platform
Competition law and corporate determinants of health - Exploring the potential of competition law to improve public health outcomes, (2023) collaborative project with the Global Centre for Preventive Health and Nutrition (GLOBE) (funded by the Institute for Health Transformation
(2023), Vol. 30, pp. 44-65, Competition and Consumer Law Journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1
(2023), ECLR: European Competition Law Review, London, Eng., C1
(2021), Vol. 42, pp. 445-452, ECLR: European Competition Law Review, London, Eng., C1-1
(2020), pp. 336-364, Research Handbook on Methods and Models of Competition Law, Cheltenham, Eng., B1-1
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(2020), Vol. 43, pp. 163-184, World Competition, Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands, C1-1
(2019), Vol. 40, pp. 1-11, ECLR: European Competition Law Review, London, Eng., C1-1
(2016), Vol. 12, pp. 137-158, European Competition Journal, Abingdon, Eng., C1-1
(2016), Vol. 36, pp. 683-705, Legal Studies, Cambridge, Eng., C1-1
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