New Short Course on State Aid and Subsidies Regulation

5 April 2021


As part of the activities around the Jean Monnet Chair in Competition and Regulation, LSE Law has launched a 16-hour short executive course in State aid and subsidies regulation. This is an area undergoing fundamental change, in particular following the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement.

The course will be run online (via Zoom) over four Fridays in July (2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd) To maximise interaction, the short course will be capped at 25 participants. 

The meetings will run from 2pm-6pm (London time) and will cover both the EU State aid law system and the subsidies provisions enshrined in the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (including on enforcement) and will be structured as follows: 

Day 1 (2nd July): Scope of provisions on subsidies and State aid.

Day 2 (9th July): Advantage and selectivity/specificity.

Day 3 (16th July): Special focus on tax measures (tax rulings, digital taxes and beyond).

Day 4: (23rd July ): Procedure and enforcement. 

A certificate will be available on completion, along with CPD points for practitioners. 

Click here for full information about the new course.