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Anne-Lise is professor of EU Law at the University of Louvain. She read law and economics in Paris, graduated from the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris) and holds a Master’s degree in Regulation from the London School of Economics. Anne-Lise's PhD, on the judicial use of economic reasoning in EU and French competition law, was published as "Le juge et le raisonnement économique en droit de la concurrence" and awarded the Cercle Montesquieu prize. Her focus is this book was to identify legal techniques which serve to incorporate economic reasoning in judge made law. Since 2009, Anne-Lise is a regular contributor to Concurrences, where she publishes case notes on European and French abuse of dominance cases. Her main current interest in competition law is behavioural antitrust. Anne-Lise also writes about internal market and consumer protection.