Gender, competition policy and the GUDP (Grossly Undervalued Domestic Product)

Sarah Long spoke at the 4th Chillin’ Competition Conference on 20 November 2018 on Gender, competition policy and the concept of the GUDP (Grossly Undervalued Domestic Product) – you can read an opinion piece based on her speech here: Gender and Competition Policy – reducing the GUDP (Grossly Undervalued Domestic Product)

W@Competition and PaRR name Sarah Long as one of the “30 in their 30s” Notable Women Competition Practitioners for 2017

Euclid Law partner, Sarah Long, was selected as one of the “30 in their 30s – Notable Women Competition Professionals: Private Practice” at an event in Brussels organised by W@Competition and PaRR on 16 February 2017. The list features 30 outstanding women aged between 30 and 40 in the competition field in Europe.

Oliver Bretz, founding Partner of Euclid Law, said: “We are delighted that Sarah has been awarded this well-deserved recognition.  Sarah is extremely hard working and talented, and her enduringly positive attitude has been invaluable to the success of Euclid.  Sarah was one of the initial members of the Euclid team, and together with our colleagues in London and Brussels, we look forward to continued success as a leading boutique competition law firm.”

View the 30 in their 30s list here

W@Competition: a newly established platform to promote women active in competition law, and facilitate networking with each other.

PaRR: ‘Policy and Regulatory Report’ is part of the Mergermarket Group.  PaRR delivers global intelligence, analysis and proprietary data on competition law, IP and trade law, and sector-specific regulatory change.

Euclid Law is delighted to announce Sarah Long’s appointment to Partner, effective 1 June 2016.

Sarah joined Euclid Law as Counsel in September 2015, having previously worked for Allen & Overy in London. Sarah has a unique combination of experience in the competition law field, working as a private practitioner in London and Brussels and as a policy advisor for the OECD Competition Committee based in Paris. Sarah is also a CEDR accredited mediator.

Oliver Bretz, Euclid Law’s Founding Partner, commented: “Sarah’s appointment really demonstrates Euclid’s success over the last year. There is a clear demand for a boutique firm providing cost effective, strategic advice in an innovative way and our clients have been very impressed by what they consider a breath of fresh air in a congested market. Our tagline is ‘The magic without with the circle’ and that is exactly what we are providing!”

Sarah added: “I am very excited about the future of Euclid and being part of this unique venture from the beginning – we really are going from strength to strength. I look forward to building the business further and challenging the traditional concepts of a law firm within the ever changing world of competition law.”