Grigorios Bacharis

Grigorios Bacharis

LSE Fellow

LSE Law School

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Cheng Kin Ku Building 7.23
English, German, Greek, Italian, Spanish
Key Expertise
Tort law; EU law; Competition Law; Legal Theory

About me

Grigorios (Grigoris) Bacharis is a Fellow in Law at the LSE Law School. He is completing his PhD in private and competition law at the European University Institute (EUI). His thesis analyzes the interaction between competition damages claims and tort law from the perspective of private law theory.

Grigoris obtained an LLM degree (with distinction) from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU) and holds a Bachelor of Law (first in year) and a master's degree in Private, Labour, and Civil Procedure Law (with distinction) from the University of Thessaloniki. During his doctoral studies, he was an editor of the European Journal Legal Studies, a coordinator of the EUI Private Law Working Group, and a visiting researcher at Columbia Law School. Prior to joining the LSE, he worked as a lawyer in Greece and as a bluebook trainee at the European Commission.

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Research interests

Grigoris’ research interests include private law (both in civil and common law jurisdictions), competition law, EU law, and legal theory. His current research focuses on (a) tort law theory and the private enforcement of the law; (b) the interaction of private and competition law in the area of damages claims; and (c) the future development of EU private law from a theoretical perspective.



  • ‘Rethinking the Instrumentality of European Private Law’ (2022) 30 (3) European Review of Private Law 457 (co-authored with Szymon Osmola)
  • ‘Respondeat Inferior? Subsidiaries’ Liability for Parents’ Antitrust Infringements: A Competition and Private Law Perspective on the Sumal Judgment of the European Court of Justice’ (2022) 15 (2) Global Competition Litigation Review 68
  • ‘Is ‘More’ Better? Broadening the Right to Sue in Competition Damages Claims in Both Sides of the Atlantic’ (2022) 13 (3) Journal of European Competition Law & Practice 217
  • ‘Book Review: Roger Halson, David Campbell (Eds) Research Handbook on Remedies in Private Law’ (2021) 13 European Journal of Legal Studies 387
  • ‘National Law cannot Exclude Damages Claims of Public Lenders against Cartelists Otis v. Land Oberösterreich’ (2020) 57 Common Market Law Review, 1609 
  • Consten and Grundig and the Inception of an EU Competition Law’ European Papers-A Journal on Law and Integration no 1 (2021), 553
  • ‘The Court of Justice in the Archives Project: Analysis of the Consten and Grundig Case (56/64 and 58/64)’ (2021) EUI AEL 2021/02 Cadmus, European University Institute Research Repository at
  • ‘The right to a Fair Trial according to art. 6 ECHR and the Greek Civil Procedure under the Influence of the Jurisprudence of the ECtHR’ (2016) Pro Justitia 414 (in Greek) (co-authored with Konstantina Ioannidou and Stergios Mpiternas)