The European University of Rome hosts a training and networking series of Residential Seminars on Competition law, policy and enforcement in digital markets (DiCo Project – Digital Markets and Competition Policy) devoted and reserved to EU national judges. 

DiCo is a two-year project, funded by the European Commission, divided into two distinct course editions, the first one being held in Rome from 25 October 2023 to 27 October 2023

DiCo is specifically addressed to:

  • National Judges dealing with competition law cases at national level
  • National judges interested in competitive issues in digital markets
  • Prosecutors, Apprentice National Judges, and the staff of the Judges’ Offices

Accepted applicants commit to participate in person to the residential and networking activity. Participation in DiCo is free of charge. Travel and accommodation costs in Rome for the selected participants will be covered by the Project within the caps set at EU level.

Applications shall be submitted by 10 May 2023 to DiCo Scientific Coordinator at providing the following information:

  1. Name
  2. Surname
  3. Jurisdiction and Nationality
  4. Role in the National Court (Judge, Prosecutor, Apprendice National Judge, Judicial Court Staff)
  5. Contact details (including email and phone number)

By 15 May 2023, acceptance or denial will be notified.

See also DiCO Project Call for Application