Daniel Mandrescu obtained dual LLM degree on EU law and International trade law at the University of Amsterdam in 2014. In the course of his studies he was assistant to the editorial team of the legal journal Legal Issues of Economic Integration (Kluwer). Additionally he also worked as an intern in the competition law practices of Allen & Over and Loyens & Loeff. After publishing his first academic piece on EU competition law in 2014 Daniel decided to pursue a PhD in the field at Leiden University starting from 2015. His research focuses on the anti-competitive aspects of online platforms and the interaction between such platforms and EU competition law.
- Access to Leniency Programme Documents Based on the Transparency Regulation (2015)
- Compulsory licensing - Between Health and Competition: using competition law policy to promote access to medicine (2015)