Francisco Costa-Cabral

Assistant Professor at the Tilburg Law and Economics Centre (TILEC), where he currently teaches courses in European Union Law, Competition Law, and Innovation and Regulation. Master in European Law, College of Europe. Doctor in Law, King's College London.

Assistant Professor at the Tilburg Law and Economics Centre (TILEC), where he currently teaches courses in European Union Law, Competition Law, and Innovation and Regulation. Francisco Costa-Cabral previously taught as Teacher Assistant at the College of Europe, Assistant Professor at the China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL), and Emile Noël Fellow at the New York University (NYU).

Francisco Costa-Cabral has acted as Legal Secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Union in the office of Advocate General M. Poiares Maduro, and in the office of the President of the General Court, M. Jaeger. Francisco Costa-Cabral worked as a lawyer in law firms in Lisbon and Brussels. Costa-Cabral graduated in Law, at the School of Law of the University of Lisbon; completed his Master's degree in European Law at the College of Europe; and completed his Doctorate Degree in Law at the King's College London.

Member of the Portuguese Bar Association since 2005.

Assistant Professor at the Tilburg Law and Economics Centre (TILEC), Tilburg University (2017-present).

Emile Noël Fellow at the Jean Monnet Centre, New York University (2016-2017).

Assistant Professor at the China-EU School of Law, China University of Political Science and Law (2015-2016).

Legal Secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Union, Office of the President of the General Court Marc Jaeger (2009-2011).

Legal Secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Union, Office of Advocate General Miguel Poiares Maduro (2008-2009).

Associate Lawyer in Brussels at the European and Competition Law Practice of the law firm Baker & McKenzie (2007-2008).

Assistant Professor at the European Legal Studies Department, College of Europe (Bruges) (2005-2007).

Trainee lawyer in Lisbon at the law firm Marques Mendes & Associados (2001-2002 and 2003-2005).

Adelino da Palma Carlos Deontology Prize 2004, by the Portuguese Bar Association, ('The application of Community Law to Deontological Rules').

PhD in Law, King's College London (2015).

LL.M in European Legal Studies, College of Europe (Bruges) (2003).

Degree in Law, School of Law of the University of Lisbon (2001).

Portuguese (mother tongue), English (fluent), French (very good), Spanish (good), Russian and Mandarin (novice).

“Innovation in EU competition law”, (2019) 37 Oxford Yearbook of European Law 2018, p. 305.

Notes to Article 106 TFEU (with L. Morais and S. D. Henriques), Treaty of Lisbon, Article-by-Article Commentary, G. Anastácio and M. L. Porto (Eds.), Almedina 2018, p. 560.

“Family Ties: The Intersection of Data Protection and Competition Law in EU Law” (with O. Lynskey), (2017) 54 Common Market Law Review, p. 11.

“The Preliminary Opinion of the European Data Protection Supervisor and the discretion of the European Commission in enforcing competition law”, (2016) 23 Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, p. 495.

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