Lilian is a Postgraduate Researcher in Competition Law at UEA Law School and a member of the Centre for Competition Policy (CCP).
Lilian’s PhD research focuses on competition in Big Data markets, and the challenges faced by competition policy in the Big Data era. She is particularly interested in EU and UK merger control. Her objective is to develop and propose merger policy in order to address the challenges posed by Big Data markets. Lilian’s research is fully funded by the prestigious and highly competitive Law School PhD Scholarship.
Lilian’s research interests are broad and go beyond Competition Law. She is also interested in UK Constitutional Law, in which she has teaching experience. Lilian was an associate tutor at the UEA Law School, teaching on the undergraduate Constitutional and Administrative Law module between 2020-2022.
Lilian holds a degree of Master of Laws (LLM) in International Commercial and Competition Law. Previously, she completed an LLB at UEA Law School.
Key Research Interests
Lilian's main research interest is in Competition Law, and the challenges faced by Competition Policy in the digital era. Specifically, she reseaches EU and UK merger control. She also draws upon relevant rules from other jurisdicitions, as needed.
Research Group or Lab Membership
Centre for Competition Policy
Constitutional and Administrative Law
- Law (General)
- Competition Law
- Merger Control
- Big Data Markets