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Dr Leela Cejnar

Senior Lecturer, University of New South Wales Business School

 

Relevant qualifications and honours

  • BA Sydney
  • LLB Sydney
  • LLM Sydney
  • PhD Murdoch
  • Grad Cert University Learning & Teaching (UNSW)
  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW and the High Court of Australia (1988)

 

Relevant work history and committee involvement

  • Associate Lecturer, Faculty of Business and Economics, Department of Business Law, Macquarie University
  • See also UNSW page for work background

 

Competition law publications

PhD

Competition law issues facing the Australian banking sector: an examination of Australia’s position in the global context (2012)  

Books

Book chapters

Journal articles

  • Leela Cejnar, 'Competition Law: An overview of different educational approaches' (2016) XIX International Trade and Business Law Review (forthcoming)
  • Leela Cejnar, 'Competition Law and Policy in Higher Education: an overview of the position in the UK and its impact on the EU and beyond' (2016) 37(1) ECLR: European Competition Law Review 25-32
  • Leela Cejnar, 'The international dimension of competition law' (2015) vol. XVIII International Trade and Business Law Review 360 - 375
  • Cejnar LC; Burgess R, 'Following from afar: Malaysia's Competition Law looks to Europe' (2014) 35(7) ECLR: European Competition Law Review 333 - 340
  • Cejnar LC; Burgess R, 'Challenging the need for a 'Global' Competition Law' (2014) 35ECLR: European Competition Law Review 461 - 467
  • Arlen Duke and Leela Cejnar, 'Competition and the banking sector: friend or foe?' (2013) 7 Law and Financial Markets Review 152-158
  • Leela Cejnar and Arlen Duke, 'Competition policy and the banking sector: the need for greater international co-operation' (2013) 34 European Competition Law Review 584-590
  • Counterfactual analysis in merger reviews (2012) 25(1) New Zealand Universities Law Review 103 - 123 (with J Land)
  • Student learning in business law: a critical reflection (2012) 9 Macquarie University Business Law Journal 214-222
  • Competition law developments and the Australian banking sector: the aftermath of the global financial crisis (2012) XV International Trade and Business Law Review 135-151
  • The global nature of competition: exploring future possibilities in the aftermath of the global financial crisis (2011) 8 Macquarie University Business Law Journal 202-221
  • After the global financial crisis: key competition law developments in Australia, the United States, the EU and the UK (2011) 5(3) UK Law and Financial Markets Review 201-212
  • The Meaning of 'Competition'  (2010) 24(1) New Zealand Universities Law Review 98-112 (with J Land and J Owens)
  • American Precedent, Australian legislation - are the rules of golf in violation of anti-trust law?  (2010) 6 Brigham Young University International Law and Management Review 21-48 (with L Griggs)
  • Trade Associations and the Commerce Act 1986 (2010) 15 New Zealand Law Journal 110-114 (with J Land and A Pope)
  • Bank Mergers in Australia: the past, the present and the possible future impact of the global financial crisis (2010) XIII International Trade and Business Law Review 242-263
  • Bundling - an examination of New Zealand and Australian trade practices laws (2009) 6 Macquarie University Business Law Journal 313-326  (with J Land)
  • Franchises: an overview of the application of New Zealand and Australian trade practices laws (2009) 8 New Zealand Law Journal 311-315  (with J Land and E Tromp)
  • The Global Financial Crisis - its impact on competition policy in the Australian banking sector (2009) 3(5) UK Law and Financial Markets Review 449-460
  • Sharing price information between competitors: an examination of New Zealand and Australian trade practices laws (2009) 7 New Zealand Law Journal 272-276 (with J Land and J Owens)

For conference papers, articles in professional publications and other publications see UNSW staff page