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Email

qbs20@cam.ac.uk

Education CV

Education

  • PhD Researcher in Law, University of Cambridge (2020-2023)
    • Wright Rogers Scholarship in Law (2020-2023)
    • Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, PhD Scholarship (2021-2023)
  • LLM (Commercial Law), University of Cambridge (First Class Honours) (2019-2020)
  • J.D. Exchange, Cornell Law School (2017-2018)
  • LLB, King's College London (First Class Honours) (2015-2019)

Teaching

  • 2021/2022: University of Cambridge, Hughes Hall, Equity (Tripos Part IIB)
  • Lent 2022: University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law, LLM Competition Law, Workshop on Art 102 TFEU
  • 2022/2023: University of Cambridge, Sidney Sussex College, Intellectual Property Law (Tripos Part IIB)
  • Lent 2023: University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law, LLM Competition Law, Workshops on Vertical Agreements and Art 102 TFEU

Pro Bono & Volunteering

  • Since 2022: Executive Director, Cambridge Pro Bono Project
  • 2020-2022: Project Manager, Cambridge Pro Bono Project (Projects: Fair Game; Jimmy's Night Shelter)

Academic Positions/Memberships

  • Since 2021: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Research Group (Promotionskolleg) “Social Market Economy”
  • 2021/2022: Senior Editor, Cambridge Law Review
  • 2020/2021: Associate Editor, Cambridge Law Review

Research Assistance

  • Since December 2022: Professor Felix Steffek, University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK, and Professor Mihoko Sumida, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan. Research assistance in relation to the publication of a forthcoming book by Professor Felix Steffek (Cambridge) and Professor Mihoko Sumida (Hitotsubashi), entitled ‘Legal Innovation: Conversations about Technology, the Legal Profession and Industrial Change’ (CUP 2023).
  • February 2017 to July 2017: Mr Jonathan Moss, Hogarth Chambers, London, UK. Research assistance in relation to a practitioners’ treatise on Damages and Remedies in Intellectual Property Law.

Fields of research

Competition Law; Intellectual Property Law; Patent Law; Law & Technology; Law & Economics

 

Dissertation Title: Unitary Approaches to the IP-Antitrust Intersection

Representative Publications

Publications

  • Daniel Campos Pereira, Jeremy Lam, Quentin B. Schäfer, et. al., “On the Implementation of the Fan-Led Review of Football Governance” (July 2022, <https://www.cpp.law.cam.ac.uk/projects/2021-2022>)
  • Quentin B. Schäfer, “Global Approaches to the IP-Antitrust Intersection” (May 2021; submitted as part of the requirements to satisfy the requirements of the first-year examination of the PhD degree at the University of Cambridge). On file at the University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law.
  • Quentin B. Schäfer, “Pharmaceutical Antitrust on the IP-Antitrust Intersection: A Theory of Missing, Shifting, and Probabilistic IP Rights” (presented at seminars at the Universities of Cambridge and Stellenbosch).

Presentations

  • October 2022: “Pharmaceutical Antitrust on the IP-Antitrust Intersection: Missing, Shifting and Probabilistic IP Rights”, Stellenbosch University, Centre for Competition Law and Economics
  • October 2022: “Pharmaceutical Antitrust on the IP-Antitrust Intersection: Missing, Shifting and Probabilistic IP Rights”, University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law Work-In-Progress Seminars
  • April 2022: “EU Competition Law, the DMA Proposal, and §19a GWB”, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V., Seminar “Regulation of the Digital Economy”, Research Group ‘Social Market Economy’, Berlin, Germany
  • November 2021: “The Patent-Antitrust Intersection: A New Legal Approach”, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V., Meeting of the Research Group ‘Social Market Economy’, Jena, Germany
  • November 2021: “The Crisis of the WTO: Subsidies as Prisoner’s Dilemmas in Global Trade’, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V., Seminar “Global Governance”, Research Group ‘Social Market Economy’, Jena, Germany

Start Date

Oct 2020