Lazar holds degrees in Law and Political Science from the University of Madrid, and LL.Ms from the University of Amsterdam (EU and International Law, Cum Laude), and the European University Institute (Comparative and International Laws). He is currently preparing his thesis defense on the metaphysics of competition regulation, in which he studies the interplay between notions of competition and competition law across different political philosophies — especially modern iterations of liberalism (“neoliberalism”). Before starting his PhD in 2017, Lazar worked as a qualified lawyer in Band One law firms in Madrid and Belgrade, both in the competition law department.
During his PhD, Lazar has assisted Prof. Giorgio Monti on research relative to Spanish regional competition authorities, and has run the EUI competition law working group —a forum dedicated to foundational and applied antitrust scholarship. He has also been a Visiting Scholar at Columbia Law School, and has taught seminars on competition law at Monash University and the EUI. Starting January 2022, Lazar will be Adjunct Professor of Law at IE University (Madrid), where he will teach comparative administrative law.
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